More specifically, the latest version of Chrome Canary (78.0.3874.0) crashes constantly with the Aw snap! error on all sites when RendererCodeIntegrity is enabled.
The problem is pretty alarming and many users reported it since the latest update:
I have the same problem after today’s update (Aug 4)
It also crashes in Incognito. Just started today.
The crash also happens in Incognito mode and creating a new profile doesn’t work. Furthermore, there seems to be a notification about crashing the UBlock extension.
If you keep having issues with Chrome Canary crashing on Windows 10, perhaps it would be best to switch to a new browser.
The Opera browser is built on Chromium, so it has all the features and extensions that Chrome has.
Due to its amazing privacy feature, there are no tracking cookies stored or personal information for that matter. The browser also comes with a built-in VPN, so you can rest assured that your privacy is protected when using Opera.
It takes just a few seconds to download and install the browser. During the installation process, you can see some of the features in the installation pop up: an integrated ad-blocker, free VPN, instant messaging, and easy customization of extensions.
This post was written by Vlad Turiceanu and was first posted to WindowsReport
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