Click here for important information about

How can I open Chrome browser -- when it's stuck?

July 13, 2019 at 20:21:25
Specs: Windows 10, 8GB
Chrome browser suddenly won't open. I was able to open MS Edge browser and it seemed to be functioning normally. The Chrome icon is showing inside the task bar, and when I mouse over, it shows a thumbnail version of the site, but clicking it will not open it. Just to test alternative, I downloaded Mozilla firefox browser, which we never use--and it seemed to function perfectly fine. So, since I'm not a fan of Edge and just want my Chrome working normally to fix? It must be easy and just a matter of tweaking settings, but so far, no success.

See More: How can I open Chrome browser -- when its stuck?

July 13, 2019 at 20:57:06
Because we can't see exactly what is going on, best you uninstall & reinstall.
To get a complete uninstall, use Geek.

Geek Uninstaller
Just Double click on the program in Geek, that you want to uninstall. If it opens a web page, close it & then wait for it to present the 2nd step.

Report •

July 14, 2019 at 06:07:41
If you value your privacy, continue using Firefox & give Chrome the heave-ho.

Report •

July 14, 2019 at 17:06:56
"since I'm not a fan of Edge and just want my Chrome working normally again"
Google Chrome uses the Chromium engine, Microsoft is in the process of changing Edge to use the Chromium engine.

These Chromium based browsers are still being maintained & updated.


Beaker Browser

Avast Secure Browser


Yandex Browser

Sushi Browser

Cent Browser


Secure Browser




Comodo Dragon

Polarity ( Choose the IE Trident or Chromium engine )


SRWare Iron
Chrome vs Iron
Extensions, Themes and more:


Torch Browser


Epic Privacy Browser


Report •

Related Solutions

July 14, 2019 at 19:13:33
I am personally a fan of Firefox and recommend it.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

Report •

July 22, 2019 at 05:34:41
Just un-install and install again. It's a feature of quality software that when you do this, all problems should be solved.

But, think about this : OTHER software may have messed up your Chrome installation. Re-installing will not help, and it can be frustrating because all of this can be time-extensive.

So have a think : what did you recently install .. .or un-install ? Or, what did you recently do that is a bit different ?

Report •

Ask Question