The reporting errors program (Apport) is known to complain about stupid things. One good solution, which is done by most Ubuntu users, is to disable that program.
However, before doing that, make sure that the Software application (which, according to the error report, has the problem) is working OK. Also, as Soren A commented, you should upgrade your system, in order to fix something that would be buggy.
If all of these things are OK, you can disable Apport by typing in a terminal:
sudo systemctl disable apport.service
(If that isn't working try:
sudo systemctl mask apport.service)
After typing that command in the terminal, reboot your system.
Doing that should do the trick.
In case that my solution didn't work, you can try reinstalling Ubuntu (if you have no trouble for doing that) and seeing if the problem is still ocurring.