A number of reports suggest that the 64-bit version of Google Chrome is not working on Windows 10 build 10252.
While people can use the 32-bit version, but what’s the future of those who are using 64-bit version?
They are constantly getting error messages and crash report, which has started to annoy them.
They can get the issue fixed by calling Google Chrome Tech support number, but some people are inquisitive about knowing why this problem has occurred in the first place.
There is a special technology used in Google Chrome, i.e., ‘Sandbox’. It is this technology that helps the browser isolate processes that run in the browser to lower down the vulnerability.
But, Sandbox seems to break in Windows 10 for 64-bit Chrome browser.
There are certain aspects that conflict with Sandbox technology, and this is what prevents Google Chrome from functioning in Windows 10 build 10252.
If you are facing this issue, then you need to disable Sandbox feature. You can call at Google Chrome support number to disable this feature or follow below-mentioned steps.
If you come across any problem, then contact at Google Chrome support number. The problem can be resolved by changing a few settings.
If you come across any issue in any of the aforementioned steps, then you should immediately get in touch with Google Chrome customer support Number.
Let the experts assist you regarding all the issues befalling Chrome browser.