After subsequent suffering from sluggish and crash prone features, I just uninstalled everything about Google Chrome. Thought it would be a better product from the giant Google but to my expectation there’s something very bad.
The local hard disk file size was increasing rapidly in early days—I noticed the garbage weighted around 60MB and I didn’t like that. The screenshot shows that Google Chrome has crashed: Whoa! Google Chrome has crashed. Restart now? And is this the positive response from Chrome?
I was taken to this link http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/request.py?hl=en&contact_type=uninstall&crversion=188.8.131.52&os=5.1.2600 after uninstalling the product and this too I consider against my will. It should have asked whether I wanted to participate in their software experience or uninstalling survey or something they call it.
Which of the following best describes you?
I am uninstalling Google Chrome for now, but I may try it again in the future.
Why are you uninstalling Google Chrome?
It crashes too often.
It doesn’t load some web pages properly.
It’s missing some features that I use.
It seems to slow down my computer.
And the additional details on my reason for uninstalling Google Chrome just follows here:
Chrome crashes as most as 12 times in past 3hours after I just updated to the latest versions (I guess v2) from initial release of v1.
Chrome hanged most of the time. I calculated that in 1 hour, Chrome worked only around 40 minutes– forcing me to loose 20min of my precious time.
Chrome is too CPU hungry and why should you genius people spend time on such thing which don’t have stability at all.
I didn’t write all those just to say how or why to uninstall Google Chrome in stead it’s my experience with it.
Here’s another related news about Google Chrome posted earlier in this blog: Google Chrome is a no exception to errors and CPU hungry