Monday, March 28, 2011

Google Chrome on Vista 64 bit

It Is possible to get Google Chrome to work on Windows Vista 64 bit. With a few simple tweaks to the shortcut used to launch Google Chrome, you can run Google Chrome on Windows Vista 64 bit - error free! This tweak will even work on Windows 7 64 bit as well!
This article will help you to work with Google Chrome on Vista 64 bit.

1 Download and install the latest version of Google Chrome.

2 Close Google Chrome if it's already open.

3 Locate the shortcut icon used to launch Google Chrome.

4 Right-click on the shortcut icon and choose "Properties".

5 Click on the "Shortcut" tab.

6 In the "Target" field, add the following right after chrome.exe: --in-process-plugins

7 Please notice that there are exactly "two" dashes before the "in-process" part.

8 It should now look similar to the following: "C:\Program     

   Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --in-process-plugins

9 Click on "OK" to save your settings and continue.

10 Now Google Chrome should work correctly on Windows Vista 64 bit or Windows 7 64 bit.