Saturday, May 9, 2009

Google Chrome and Windows 7

To get Google Chrome to work properly in Windows 7 you need to modify the Chrome shortcut. Right-click the Chrome icon and click properties, then click the Shortcut tab. Where it says target you need to add --in-process-plugins after chrome.exe. The final line should look like this:

C:\Users\mondo\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe --in-process-plugins

Also, there's an issue with Chrome crashing when you hit the back button if the page you are currently on has a Flash element on it. Just install the latest Chrome beta. It seems to help a bit but doesn't fix it completely.

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