a. Chrome Process Not Found: The Chrome process might not be found because it could have already been closed or it might be running with a different name (e.g., “chrome.exe” instead of “Chrome”). In such cases, attempting to kill a non-existent process can result in an exception.
Incorrect Path:Double-check the file path and make sure it is correct. Ensure that there are no extra spaces or invalid characters in the path. It’s also good practice to use absolute file paths to avoid any relative path issues.
Unresponsive Chrome:Sometimes, Chrome can become unresponsive, and the “Kill Process” activity may not work as expected. In such cases, consider using the “Close Tab” or “Close Application” activities to gracefully close Chrome.