This is happening on two laptops now. Both are MacbookPro laptops with Windows 10 installed using Bootcamp. After updating Windows to 1803 I've found that Chrome no longer works correctly on either laptop. Firefox and Edge work fine. When trying to load a website in Chrome, if I haven't visited that host previously Chrome frequently fails to resolve the DNS and actually times out. After a few retries it eventually works.
I've tried everything I could possibly find. I've flushed the DNS cache in Chrome, I've disabled DNS prefetching. I tried manually setting the DNS to 126.96.36.199. Nothing has worked. 99% of the stuff I'm finding on Google treats the problem as though it's a general networking issue, but it's clearly specific to Chrome so I assume there's something Chrome is doing differently and I'm hoping there's a way to tweak that so I can fix this.
Recent changes: Have you made any changes to your system/configuration recently that might have caused the problem?
Everything seemed to work okay in Chrome before updating to 1803. I've done this a few times now, with three staff laptops and it seems to be repeatable. All laptops tried have been MacBook Pros running Windows 10 under Bootcamp.
Windows 10 Pro, installed using Bootcamp on a MacBook Pro laptop.
I have Googled and read the FAQ:
a hot gujju bhabhi fucked around with this message at Jul 11, 2018 around 00:48
|# ? Jul 11, 2018 00:43|
|# ? Sep 21, 2018 06:02|
Have you tried a full reinstall of Chrome?
|# ? Jul 15, 2018 21:55|