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It has been reported that the Windows 10 update Microsoft recently released may cause problems with Google Chrome. If your Chrome has started acting buggy in the last 30 days, it may be due to this issue. The recommended first step to try is manually telling Windows to check for available updates. Microsoft has released a patch that is supposed to address the issue, and rather than wait for it to filter down to you on its own schedule, you can just check for Windows updates to grab it down for yourself.
Has this happened to you? Has your Windows 10 spring update been smooth? Let us know in the comments below!
via Sylvester Computer Guy