I witnessed this myself two nights ago while testing an upgrade in Windows 7.
It HAS been reported to development, but... like 99% of the people here, we (myself and the MVP user who reported it) are just Adobe users like you, so reporting it with screenshots was the best we can do.
I use Chrome myself, but only for testing webpages I build, and I've never used their toolbar, because it's an open portal for malware... hence the report filed with DEV.
All we can do now is cross our fingers and hope they have it worked out by the next update cycle.
Google Chrome is a pain! Even if you uninstall it, it will not remove itself as the default browser. You will need to open your preferred browser, and set it again as the default browser.
As the previous poster wrote, hopefully this will be remedied by the next major update.