Google Chrome is one of the fastest web browsers available to computer users and it easily loads and displays web pages at a rapid pace. The minimalistic and simplistic design of this handy internet browser has made it one of the most popular choices of several users. In fact, the worldwide usage of this browser is estimated to be around 35 percent. However, several users who are heavily dependent on Google Chrome for their personal and work-related tasks recently complained that they have been experiencing ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED and Google Chrome running out of memory issues. If you are regularly experiencing such browser errors, it is best to seek the help of an expert browser support technicians to resolve the issue.
It is crucial to note that ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED, Google Chrome running out of memory, and Google Chrome not responding errors are common browser errors. This means that you will be easily able to fix them through a few simple troubleshooting steps. Below are a few tips that will help you to deal with the ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED error in Google Chrome.
Uninstall and Reinstall Google Chrome
- Turn on your PC and then go to Programs & Features or Add/Remove Programs from the Control Panel.
- You will now need to check whether you are using an outdated version of Chrome before proceeding to the next step.
- If yes, download the latest version of Google Chrome and install it on your PC. If you are already on the latest version, simply uninstall and reinstall it to see if the errors are resolved.
- Open a new tab in Google Chrome, select Settings, and then scroll down until you see a Clear Browser Data
- If you are unable to find this option, then simply type in chrome://settings/clearBrowserData in the address bar of the browser and hit the Enter
- Tick the checkboxes against Cookies and other site and plugin data and Cached images and files options, and then click on Clear browsing data.
If you are unable to solve the Chrome browser issue even after performing these two troubleshooting steps, get in touch with professional browser support technicians for further assistance. Note that ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED can also occur due to unstable internet connection, so make sure that your data connection is up and running before contacting Chrome browser support.