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How to Turn Off Hardware Acceleration in Google Chrome


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How to Turn Off Hardware Acceleration in Google Chrome


Google Chrome supports GPU hardware acceleration, which means it doesn't need to rely solely on the CPU to render web pages. "Hardware Acceleration" (GPU Rendering) is one of the newly introduced features in Google Chrome and Thunderbird. It was introduced to increase performance but some chrome and Thunderbird users may want to disable it as the text might not look well on their screens. Turn Off Hardware Acceleration to Improve Video Quality.

Some cases it’s create problem for us such as when we open chrome, its takes much time etc. Here I am telling you to turn off Hardware Acceleration

1.      Open Google chrome

2.      Now click the icon with the three horizontal lines at the top-right of the window. It says Customize and control Google Chrome when you hover over it.

 

 

3.      Click the Settings option near the bottom of the menu.

 

 

4.      Scroll to the bottom of this page and click the Show advanced settings link.

 

 

5.      Now scroll to the bottom of the page again, then click the box to the left of Use hardware acceleration when available to remove the check mark.

 

 

Close Chrome and then restart it for the changes to take effect.


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