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Microsoft released Windows 10 build 10525 yesterday, initiating a new wave of Windows 10 updates bringing more features to the operating system.
However, after this update some users are reporting a Chrome crash problem.
Remember, Gabriel Aul had mentioned in the blog to be aware of some of the issues present in the first post-launch Preview build 10525.
However, the 64-bit Chrome issue wasn’t included in the known errors’ list.
To reset Firefox to its default state, open the Firefox menu, point to Help, and select Troubleshooting Information. Firefox will create a new profile for you and migrate most of your old information over.
The new, clean profile should hopefully fix your crashes.
Problems can occur with your profile folder, but you do not have to waste time identifying and fixing the exact cause.
Firefox stores your personal data in a profile folder.
[Update]: So, Google has “confirmed” the issue but seems annoyed with everyone commenting on report page with “me to” messages. We have the problem confirmed and someone is working on it, so additional "me to" comments are a distraction at this point.
Please just star the issue if you want to convey that you are affected, and if we have any questions or need additional feedback we'll post a comment.
However, hardware acceleration can cause problems with some graphics drivers and graphics cards.
You can determine whether hardware acceleration is the problem by disabling it.