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Chrome Not Opening On Mac

Chrome Not Opening On Mac

  • Check whether the Chrome browser is already open or running in the background.
  • To check this, press the Option + Command + Esc keys together.
  • Otherwise, click the Force Quit option from the Apple menu at the top-left corner of your screen.
  • Select Google Chrome from the displayed list and click Force Quit.
  • Now, try re-launching the Chrome browser and check if the issue is resolved.
  • If the Chrome Not Opening On Mac, reboot your Mac computer.
  • In case you don’t find the Force Quit menu, click the Go menu on the top menu bar.
  • Select the Go to Folder option from the displayed list.
  • Enter ~/Library/Application Support in the Go to Folder window, hit the Enter key, or click on the Go button.
  • Now, locate the folder that is named as Google.
  • Right-click on the Google folder and select the Get Info option from the displayed list.
  • Go to the Sharing & Permissions section and click on the Lock icon at the bottom right corner of the screen.
  • You must be an admin user to make changes to the Mac computer.
  • When prompted to enter the Mac password, enter it correctly.
  • You can now locate the user who has issues opening the Chrome browser to check the user’s Privilege.
  • If you find the Privilege in the Read Only mode. Change it to Read & Write.
  • If you are facing the same opening issue for all users, set the same settings to all users.
  • Click on the Settings icon and select the ‘Apply to enclosed items…’ option from the displayed list.
  • Now, restart your Mac computer, and try opening the Google Chrome browser.
  • If the Chrome Not Opening On Mac, uninstall and reinstall Google Chrome to fix the problem.