Windows 10 is breaking Chrome, but Google has a plan to stop it
GOOGLE has admitted that its Chrome web browser is having trouble on Windows 10, when users have their antivirus software enabled.
Google Chrome isn’t playing nicely with the antivirus programs running on Windows 10. Given that Chrome is the most popular web browser (and accounting for 64 percent of all desktop traffic, by some hefty margin) and Windows 10 is the most popular desktop operating system (with more than 1.5 billion devices globally), this is something that needs to be sorted out soon. Google is well aware of that.