The Chromium team has already listed the software and offered fixes for software that crashes or causes stability issues in Chrome to stabilize the browser, Google added. about: conflicts page (chrome://conflicts) for the Canary version (update: now available in the stable version of Chrome), which detects and shows conflicting software installed on your computer and shows you options to fix it.
Note: This post was last updated on February 7, 2016.
About: Conflicts page described like “This feature is intended to give the user a good overview of what third-party DLLs are loaded in their Chrome installation and identify suspicious and known DLLs. We hope this will lead to greater awareness of the adverse effect that third-party DLLs can have on Google Chrome’s stability and make troubleshooting easier. In turn, this should have a positive effect on the stability of Google Chrome.”
If you are using Google Chrome, type about: conflicts or visit Chrome://conflicts page to allow Chrome to show suspicious and bad third-party DLLs that affect the stability of the browser, which leads to the crash.