What is happening is I cannot get Chrome to access the internet, at all. It is crucial for me to have this service, since this is my #1 choice for internet browsers, and (since I develop web-sites) I require it to work out cross-compatibility issues.
I cannot work without this, so please, I do not need Firefox, Opera, IE, etc… I require as many popular browsers as possible, so that I may perform my ‘job’ as best as I can, and in all honesty, I find that chrome suites my profession better than other browsers.
As you may have noticed when the “Aw Snap” error appears, there is a big “Reload” button next to it. Simply reloading the web page often gets rid of the Aw Snap error and lets you continue onwards with browsing.
This is actually one of the first pieces of advice suggested by Google to remedy the issue too.
Incognito Mode prevents browser history, caches, and cookies from loading, and sometimes old web data can be the reason something is crashing.
If the webpage works fine when in Incognito Mode, you know that’s the culprit, and you can typically clear Chrome cache and web history to fix the problem completely.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt opposed the development of an independent web browser for six years. newspapers stated at the time that Google was hiring former Microsoft web developers among others.
He stated that "at the time, Google was a small company," and he did not want to go through "bruising browser wars." After co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page hired several Mozilla Firefox developers and built a demonstration of Chrome, Schmidt admitted that "It was so good that it essentially forced me to change my mind." Rumors of Google building a web browser first appeared in September 2004. It also came shortly after the final 1.0 release of Mozilla Firefox, which was surging in popularity and taking market share from Internet Explorer which was suffering from major security problems.
Its success has led to Google expanding the "Chrome" brand name on various other products such as Chromecast, Chromebook, Chromebit, Chromebox and Chromebase.
If your computer meets the Windows system requirements above, but Chrome isn't starting or you see the error message "This computer will no longer receive Google Chrome updates because Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported," you might have Chrome set to run in Windows' Compatibility Mode.
For Google Chrome users, sometimes a webpage may crash with an “Aw, Snap! This error message frequently prevents a web page from loading at all, and it can certainly disrupt a web browsing session by the page crashing.
If this does not work, as a last resort you can then you remove and re-download/reinstall the original version of Google chrome. yellow, black”]Error 3[/highlight]: This error is the most commonly encountered Google chrome server update error on Windows Operating Systems.
This error mostly presents itself because of administrator-related right issue.
Normally, the administrator has no right or privilege to update Google chrome on any web browser, and when you try to log in as an administrator instead of a regular user, the Google chrome server update will stop working.