Fix Browser Crash on Windows® 7
Windows 7 has been designed to meet the demands of all kinds of users. Majority of all computers in existence are connected to the Internet and these include computers operating on Windows 7. Internet savvy users who like to stay online for many hours can make use of Windows 7’s advanced Internet centric features. These include the in-built Windows 7 security product to keep out malware from the system and the two-way firewall that blocks all kinds of malicious codes that are trying to infiltrate into the system. Windows 7 also comes pre-installed with the latest version of Windows Explorer (Microsoft’s web browser). Windows 7 is also compatible with large numbers of other browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and so on. Although installing and using web browsers on Windows 7 is very easy, there are some issues that might come up. This include the browser crash problem that can be very frustrating. The browser crash might be because of malwares in the system, users opening too many tabs at a time, problems with some add-ons, issues with system files etc. The problem can be resolved very easily.
Following details mentioned below will give users more information about tips to solve browser crash problem on Windows 7:
- Malware removal
- OS repair
- Reinstall browser
The browser crash issue on your computer operating on Windows 7 might be because of the presence of malware in the system. Malware are known to have capabilities to crash the browser causing data loss. Windows 7 users experiencing browser crash issues are therefore recommended to install and use an updated antivirus program so that all malware can be removed from the system. Removal of the malware would solve the browser crash issue.
If some important system files associated with the functioning of the browser on Windows 7 got corrupted or damaged in anyway, the browser would crash when in use. Such issues can be easily resolved by repairing the Windows 7 OS using the OS repair tool. If the users had modified some system files and the problem seems to have come up after the modification, then the problem can be also solved by restoring the system using the System Restore Tool.
The browser installed on your system operating on Windows 7 might be crashing because of errors within the browser. Errors might have been either inherent with the copy of the browser or might have come up during the installation. Such problems can be solved by removing and reinstalling the browser. Removing the browser would clear off all errors and with the subsequent reinstall the problem would be gone.
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