Despite the fact that Google Chrome and Firefox have dramatically improved over the last few months, a lot of users still complains about crashes and random crashes affecting these two superb browsers. Most of the times, the issues behind these crashes have different reasons which have got to do with wrong computer configurations, incompatible applications, old or outdated browser extensions and plugins. This guide will show you how to solve Google Chrome and Firefox crashes which have to do with specific issues within your computer.
Issues that might lead to Browser crashes on Firefox and Chrome
If your Firefox has been experiencing a lot of crashes lately, may be you have installed the Shockwave Flash plugin on it. Disable and turn it off might solve the crash issues on Firefox.
- Open Firefox.
- Click Tool located on the upper bar on your Firefox.
- From the Menu, click the Add-ons link.
- On the Add-ons Manager page, click the Plugins tab located on the left sidebar.
- Scroll the list down, locate Shockwave Flash and click the Disable button.
To turn off the Shockwave Flash extension on your Google Chrome, follow this easy step-by-step- guide.
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click the wrench icon located on the upper right-side of the browser.
- Click Tools.
- Click Extension.
- Locate the Shockwave Flash extension and click the Uninstall link under it.
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