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I am at a loss to fix this problem, I would appreciate any help that a novice can handle.
Uninstall Chrome, and it should "revert" your computer to the time before the problem started.
Start -> Settings -> Programs -> uninstall
If you're going to unistall the Chrome browser anyway, you might want to consider using Chromium, instead.
I had nothing but problems using Chrome in Win10, but when I switched to using Chromium, the problems stopped.
You can get it from this link: http://chromium.woolyss.com/#topScroll down to the Archive 32-bit section and download chrome-win32.zip. Yeah I know that's the 32-bit version but it works better on my 64-bit systems than the 64-bit version.Once you have that archive file, expand it. That will create a folder named: chrome-win32Copy that folder to C:\Program FilesTo launch it, create a shortcut fromthe chrome.exe file and place that on your desktop or taskbar.Good Luck
Thanks much, I have rebooted the system, lost a few items, but it's solvable.
After rebooting the system, I'm going to avoid using Chrome.
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