Question about Google Chrome
I cannot read any of those garbled texts that are required to sign on. Without being able to read them, I cannot register or whatever it is called. I just cannot get Chrome to see me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Google Chrome removal
right click on any internet shortcut icon -> select properties and to the right of where it says Opens with: click "Change"
Now you'll be given a list of recommended applications
If you were using firefox it will probably be right there just click it then click "ok"
if the application you used before isn't there click "Browse"
If you want to use Internet Explorer just go to: My Computer -> C:\
-> Program Files then find the folder called Internet explorer, inside you'll find iexplore click it then click open
let me know if that worked ok for you
Posted on May 11, 2009
Read the below document by Google :-
One more option, that might work - Reinstall Google Chrome.
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Posted on Sep 10, 2009
The installation of Google chrome requires Windows XP Service Pack 2 or newer OS.
It seems, that your system doesn't fullfill this requirement.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
You may also want to check any extensions or plugins you may have installed in Chrome. You could try uninstalling them one by one to see if any help to improve the performance.
Also, having multiple tabs open at once could also cause the browser to slow down and potentially could slow down the system since you have a very small amount of ram and if you have other programs open, they will also need to use the ram.
Check those issues and if it continues, I would suggest upgrading your ram to the maximum the computer will allow. This should help to speed up the system across the board.
Posted on Apr 24, 2012
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