How To Run Chrome on 64-bit Windows 7

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So you got your Windows 7 64-bit running, complete with new BSODs, and now you want to install Google's Chrome just to discover it doesn't work. Don't worry, because you can fix it.


Just right click on the Google Chrome Icon, modify the Chrome Properties window so the target looks like this, click on apply and enjoy. [Blogsna]

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Heck, I had to tweak Chrome just to get it work in Windows XP since it has compatibility issues with NAV. Personally, I think Google does that on purpose so you can feel you actually earned your right to use Chrome.