Your Computer is Doing Too Many Things Right Now. Try Again Later Error on Chrome: Fixed

Chrome is one of the most popular browsers out there and it has more than a billion users. The browser has an interactive interface and provides full utilization of the network resources. The “Your Computer is Doing Too Many Things Right Now” Error is triggered while trying to download large files and users are especially annoyed because it occurs during downloads. Don’t worry, because, in this article, we will provide viable solutions to get rid of this problem as fast as possible.

Your Computer is Doing Too Many Things Right Now
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What Triggers the “Your Computer is Doing Too Many Things Right Now” Error?

According to our reports, the following reasons cause the error:

  • Cookies/Cache: In some cases, the cookies/cache might glitch the browser. Chrome is very faulty when it comes to large downloads and this condition is aggravated due to a pile-up of cache/cookies.
  • Antivirus: According to our source, Anti-virus/Anti-Malware programs can also cause this by preventing the files from being downloaded. Sometimes, the Anti-virus can mark the files as a false-negative due to which they might get blocked.

Pre Tips:

  • Make sure to COMPLETELY DISABLE the Anti-Virus and check if it fixes the problem.
  • Temporarily Disable the Firewall as well.
  • Try to Download on a different browser.

Solution: Clearing Cookies/Cache

Cookies/Cache speed up the process of loading webpages by saving certain information. However, over time, this information can get corrupt due to which the error might be triggered. Therefore, in this step, we will be deleting all the cookies/cache. For that, follow the steps below.

  1. Open Chrome and launch a new tab.
  2. Click on the “Menu” icon in the top right corner and select “Settings”.
    Opening Chrome Settings
    Clicking on Menu and Selecting Settings
  3. Scroll down and select the “Advanced” button.
  4. Under Privacy and Security, click on the “Clear Browsing Data” option.
    Opening the Browsing Settings
    Clicking on “Clear Browsing Data” under Privacy and Security
  5. Click on the “Time Range” dropdown and select “All Time”.
  6. Check the “Cookies” and the “Cache” option.
    Clearing the Cookies and Cache
    Selecting the “Cookies and Cache” options
  7. Select the “Clear Data” option.
  8. Check to see if this fixes the issue.

If the issue isn’t solved, make sure to contact us here and also, you can contact Google Customer Support here.

Alan Adams

Alan is a hardcore tech enthusiast that lives and breathes tech. When he is not indulged in playing the latest video games, he helps users with technical problems that they might run into. Alan is a Computer Science Graduate with a Masters in Data Science.
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