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Nov 29, 2017 · Using --disable-gpu-sandbox works for me. It seems like chrome uses CreateProcessAsUserW to init the gpu process with low rights - I added support for those functions on v1.x recently (amusingly, since firefox was using them) but that just runs into other problems where the DLL injection fails into that process for unknown reasons.
Jan 18, 2018 · In the upper right, open the Customize and control Google Chrome menu by clicking the three horizontal bars. Select Settings . Click the Show advanced settings... link, and then, under "Privacy", click Content settings... . Under the "Images" heading, select Do not show any images . Click OK, and then close the Settings tab.
How to Turn GPU "Hardware Acceleration" On or Off in Chrome. Select the option "Default" and change it to "Disabled". Just to clarify for the OCD folks like me, the steps indicated specifically show how to turn OFF hardware acceleration, and GPU compositing acceleration is the same as Hardware acceleration.
Change the value from "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Applic ation\chro me.exe" -- "%1" to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Applic ation\chro me.exe" --disable-gpu
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Once you open up Google Chrome, click on the address bar on the top and type in chrome://settings. Scroll down until you find Content settings under the Privacy heading. 2. Once you’re in the...
Aug 15, 2011 · Right click on the animation and select "Settings". 4. The Settings dialog will appear, change the tab at the bottom to the display (if not already there) and uncheck (or if you'd like to enable, check) the "Enable hardware acceleration" checkbox. 5. Close the dialog and restart your browser.