I've recently purchased a new PC for my semi-retired parents and shipped it down to their place in the South Island. I'm generally their computer support desk but as I've been busy lately they've had a guy come in and transfer all their data over from the old PC and get it all setup etc. They've also been convinced to have Windows 10 installed and they've struck some problems with the Google Chrome browser. Seems really odd, you click on the browser icon on the task bar and you get the spinning cursor indicating it's about to launch, but then nothing happens. Reinstalling Chrome doesn't work either, in fact the PC sometimes hangs when trying to download the Chrome installer.
I would have thought there would be no compatibility issues with Windows 10 and an extremely common browser such as Chrome.
Does anyone know of anything simple that could be the issue? I can't find a whole lot of detail on Google, so it doesn't seem to be a widespread issue. However, their computer guy has told them to uninstall it as he's seen other people with similar issues lately, and that Win 10 just doesn't play nicely with Chrome - which I'm struggling to comprehend.
I found some things to try here: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2722361/google-chrome-open.html and will report back.
But would be interested to hear if an GZ users have had any similar experiences.
Thanks in advance for any info.