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Firefox’s hardware acceleration feature uses your computer’s graphics card to render text and objects on web pages.
This speeds up web page rendering and takes some load off your CPU.
Some Windows 10 users are reporting Chrome crashing issue after updating to the latest build.
If you too are having troubles with Chrome on Windows 10, here is how to try fixing this issue.
Remember, Gabriel Aul had mentioned in the blog to be aware of some of the issues present in the first post-launch Preview build 10525.
However, the 64-bit Chrome issue wasn’t included in the known errors’ list.
However, hardware acceleration can cause problems with some graphics drivers and graphics cards.
You can determine whether hardware acceleration is the problem by disabling it.
However, after this update some users are reporting a Chrome crash problem.Incompatibilities or out-of-date software can often cause crashes.Firefox has a Safe Mode that loads Firefox without loading your add-ons.Try using Safe Mode for a while if Firefox is crashing.If Safe Mode works properly, the problem is with one of your add-ons.