And Windows 10 1803. But the symptoms sound like the video driver or maybe an out of date BIOS. I can't find your model's home page so ask the maker what BIOS and drivers to use on W10 1803.
I can't be sure why the forum is autobotting your posts. Let me try it.
"My Windows 10 April 2018 update rolled out yesterday and since then I can't use Google Chrome browser. Unlike previous reports of it causing Chrome to crash, however, mine opens but only shows a blank window with nothing but the minimize, restore, and close buttons, as well as the status bar at the bottom. Initially the blank part is white, but when I minimize and restore it, parts of it turn black. The status bar says that it's loading my usual home screen websites, and when I hover my mouse pointer over the usual location of the address/search bar, links, and plug-in buttons, I get the normal response, e.g., the pointer changes to the text-input cursor over the address/search bar (where it should be, though I can't see it), the status bar shows the link URLs when I'm over hyperlinks, and I get tool tips when I'm over the plug-in buttons. When I click on hyperlinks the status bar shows that they're being loaded. I also just discovered if I click on and type into the address/search bar I can temporarily see it and what I'm typing along with search suggestions, but as soon as I hit enter it all goes blank again.
Any clue what's going on? Microsoft Edge works and so far I haven't found any other affected applications. It's as if the update selectively broke the window manager or window rendering just for Chrome.
Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Computer brand: Equus Nobilis
Pentium Dual-core CPU E5400 @ 2.70 GHz
4 GB RAM
Display adapter: Intel Q45/Q43 Express Chipset"