Quote: Originally Posted by julio99
Ok, when I open my email client, whatever it may be I had an email from someone that had a HTTP link to a forum for me. When I click on this link, Google Chrome, my default browser tries to open the link, but all that happens is my extensions in Chrome all report crashing in the bottom right corner and they all start closing one by one with the report that they are all crashed. Why does this happen in Chrome if the browser is closed when I try to open the link? If the Chrome browser is open when I click on the link everything works fine, but if the Chrome browser is closed and I try to open this link from let's say Outlook 2010 the Chrome browser and all extensions start crashing .
My OS is Windows 7 HP x64. Chrome is my default browser.
Sorry I don't have the answer but I think I know what's going on, and it might spark
a solution for the problem.
I believe the problem lays in the parent/child
When you open the link from within Outlook than Outlook is the parent of that process,
in this case its Chrome, When you launch Chrome using a shortcut than it is Explorer.exe
that owns that process now.
It could be a bug or a security constraint built-in on purpose.