If you are experiencing issues with Google Chrome not working, there are several troubleshooting steps you can take to try and fix the problem:
Clear browsing data: Clearing your browsing data, including cookies and cache, can help resolve issues with Chrome. To do this, click on the three dots in the top-right corner, select "More Tools," and then click "Clear browsing data."
Disable extensions: Some extensions may cause issues with Chrome. Try disabling them by typing "chrome://extensions" in the address bar, and then toggle off the extensions.
Reset Chrome settings: Resetting Chrome to its default settings can help fix issues. Go to "Settings," then click on "Advanced," and then select "Reset and clean up."
Reinstall Chrome: If all else fails, try uninstalling and then reinstalling Chrome.
Check for updates: Make sure Chrome is up to date by clicking on the three dots in the top-right corner, selecting "Help," and then clicking "About Google Chrome." If there are updates available, install them.
If none of these steps work, consider seeking help from a tech support professional.