In fact, Google does collect some of its users'personal information in such reports. According to Google, a typical crash report contains the following details:
Memory related to the crash, which may include page contents, payment information, and passwords
Your Chrome Settings
Extensions you have installed
The web page you were visiting at the time of the crash
The country where you're using ChromeMemory information related to crash, including page content, payment information, password credentials;Personal Chrome settings;Installed extension plug-ins;The page that the user is visiting when the crash occurs;Equipment operating system, manufacturer and model;Country areas when using Chrome
This requires you to do so. After entering User Synchronization and Google Services in the Chrome Settings menu, disable "Help us improve Chrome's functionality and performance"
Automatically send usage statistics and crash reports to Google
But the content of the report is also difficult for beginners to read.
stayWindowsOn 10 devices, you can find Dump files in the following locations:
% HOMEPATH% AppData Local Google Chrome User Data CrasHPAd reports
If you use Chrome browsers on mobile devices or other platforms, the general operation to disable this feature is the same. Refer to this page:https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/96817?co=GENIE.Platform=Desktop