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Just to keep this up to date - Google Chrome is now 64-bit, since v39 https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/index.html


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Not 100% sure, but It looks like the latest stable release (39.0.2171.71, released 11/25), may have fixed this.


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Please try the following: Open the Terminal application Type "sudo shutdown -h now" and hit enter. When prompted, enter your password. You will not see the password as it is typed. Hit enter once more. This should immediately force your computer to shut down. You may have malware on your machine. I recommend having it scanned. Cheers, Byron


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That other answer isn't good because you should not shut down your computer, and it is very unlikely that malware has anything to do with not being able to shut down an application. Do this Type sudo killall Google\ Chrome on the Terminal. If this does not work, do this: pgrep -x "Google Chrome" You will see a number, then type kill -9 numberhere where ...


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First step: don't delete "useless" files. If the first step was not done properly, please continue to the second step. Second step: Perform a recovery. This will restore the OS to its original state but will leave your user data intact.



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