Navigating a Google Chrome conundrum – what you can do to fix recent problems in macOS Sonoma

A new macOS is upon us, macOS Sonoma, and unfortunately it’s come with a new bundle of software problems for users. The latest of these is Google Chrome not working for some users when in full screen mode on macOS.

While Apple would rather that macOS users use its own web browser, Safari, many users prefer to use Google’s popular alternative, Chrome. However, it seems that some users have been encountering problems like tabs freezing, and parts of the screen or the whole browser becoming unresponsive. According to PiunikaWeb, this problem has also been reportedly happening with the previous generation of macOS, Ventura. This suggests that the problem actually comes from Google’s end and that update M118 for Google Chrome is to blame. 

Users have been less than satisfied with Chrome’s macOS performance with these types of glitches happening frequently, forcing them to close and reopen Chrome, potentially losing their session. The regular recurrence is what makes the problem especially  frustrating. When the Chrome window or tab becomes unresponsive, users report that they can’t interact with parts of the screen such as tabs and buttons at all. 

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