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How to Fix "Aw, Snap!" Crashes on Google Chrome

Based on, Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers in 2022. However, that doesn’t mean Chrome will never get an error at any time. Many users have reported getting an "Aw, Snap!" error page right after launching the applications. Most of the time, the error is caused by a problem or bug within the app itself, but the error page does not explain the problem clearly, so you may wonder what is causing the problems.

Now I want to share how to fix the "Aw, Snap!" Crashes on Google Chrome. It may not work for everyone out there, but at least it worked for me based on my experience.

1. Right click on the Chrome shortcut, then go to Shortcut tab

2. Go to very end of the Target column, then type or paste --disable-features=RenderCodeIntegrity and make sure you have space before -- sign.

3. Click Apply and OK, you may prompted for Administrator access, just click continue.

You can try open Chrome now. Hopefully no error shown.

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