According to a recent Google Chrome official help forum report, Google has identified a few incompatible software programs and malware that crash Google Chrome.
If you have any of the following software installed on your system and found that your Google Chrome crashes, you may try temporarily disabling any of it to see if it resolves your issue.
The incompatible software lists includes SpeedBit Video Accelerator, Internet Download Manager, NVIDIA NTune, Folder Guide, NVIDIA network access manager, NOD32 v2.7, FolderSize etc. [details]
Google has also identified malware that Crashes Chrome: To find and remove wrong libraries, go to Start > Run, enter “cmd”, and check in %windir% – system32 for userlib.dll, tcpipdog0.dll, tcpipdog1.dll, and tcpipdog3.dll.
If you find them, just delete them. You should also search for userinit32.exe, which you can remove using PrevX. More detailed information at source [via]