Google Chrome For Windows 7
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Here is solution to make Google Chrome Work on Windows 7 64 bit. Run Google Chrome on Windows 7 64 bit Version 1. Right Click on Google Chrome Icon 2. Add –in-process-plugins after chrome.exe in Target field.
It should look like this, 3. Click Apply and save change. Now start Google Chrome and it should work on your Windows 7 64 Bit Version.
I think the top article is really bad advice and urge that they consider the following: * –in-process-plugins creates a huge security risk * not only that but this security risk will stay as people have modified the shortcut they use to launch chrome:( The best option is to update to a more recent version of Google Chrome that has been fixed to work with Windows 7 The stable (default) version of google chrome is updated every 3 months, so you have quite an old version by now. The beta version is updated every month and the dev every week. The best option is to switch to the dev mode, update to the latest (which works fine with windows 7) then switch back to stable. Your stable copy will simply start upgrading again when the current stable version is older than the updated dev version you installed.
Download and run the Google Chrome Channel Changer (). Click the circle next to the channel you want to get updates from (DEV). Click Update to save your choice.
In Google Chrome, click the wrench menu and choose About Google Chrome. Click Update Now to install the current channel’s release. Restart Google Chrome. Real Player Old Version For Windows 7.
Exit Google Chrome. Download and run the Google Chrome Channel Changer (). Click the circle next to the channel you want to get updates from (DEV). Click Update to save your choice. And without creating a risky situation.
Links: Official HOW-TO. I’ve tried every version of Chrome on Windows 7 RC 7100 64bit (stable/beta/dev)and uninstalled / rebooted each time. No version works for me.
Strangely it worked (just about) when I first put 7 on – it only gave up entirely when I’d installed Office and VS, and applied windows updates (which also broke Windows Update, the one where you have re-register the dll). Full Computer Games here. Tried all fixes. Nothing works. The above and the -sandbox one open security holes and is not recommended by Google themselves.
Guess I’ll suffer IE8 until the next dev version.
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