Google Chrome is a reliable browser and being widely used by a lot of people. But, there are times when we encounter errors while browsing the web through Google Chrome. Errors such as low RAM allocation issues creeps in. If you see a notification from Google Chrome indicating that it had ran out of memory error, you need not worry!
There are several ways on how you can fix the Chrome error. Check out the methods below and follow each step to solve the issue.
Complete error message:
Google Chrome ran out of memory while trying to display this webpage.
Fixing Google Chrome Ran Out Of Memory Error
Method #1 – Restart Your Computer
A quick restart on your computer can help refresh the operating system. Do it this way:
- First, you can properly quit Google Chrome by ending the task in your task manager.
- Restart your computer.
Restarting your computer will help remove any corrupted data that may be causing the memory error in your browser.
Method #2 – Update Your Google Chrome
If the method above does not work, updating your Google Chrome will help fix the error. Update your Chrome browser to the 64-bit version.
- First, check if you are currently using the 64-bit version or not.
- Launch your Google Chrome browser.
- On the address bar, type chrome://settings/help and press Enter.
- Click the About section. Check the current version you are using.
- If you are not using the 64-bit version, download it from the official Google Chrome website and install the new version.
Method #3 – Clear your Chrome Cache
One of the reasons why you are running out of memory in your Google Chrome browser is when too much temporary data are stored in your cache. It helps if you clear your cache since it also clears the temporary data that may be corrupted and causing the problem.
- Launch your Chrome browser.
- Click the three-dotted icon or the More button at the upper right corner.
- Select More tools and click Clear browsing data. You can also press Ctrl + Shift + Del all at the same time to go directly to the clear cache data from your main browser screen.
- Look for Cached images and files and Cookies and other site data. Check the boxes.
- Select Clear data.
- Restart your Chrome browser and check if the error still exists.
Method #4 – Disable Chrome Browser Extensions
- On the address bar, type chrome://extensions and press Enter.
- Look for extensions that are set to Enabled. Uncheck the boxes to Disable them.
Which method above helps you fix the Google Chrome error? We would love to know so tell us in the comments below.