posted on February 21, 2018 14:01
If you are getting the WHOLE window as a white screen, no address bar or anything, try running it with the flag --disable-gpu, then go into the settings and disable your hardware acceleration in the advanced settings. Then, try and figure out if you can update your graphics drivers or something,, and maybe something will let you run Chrome without this at some point in the future. This seems to happen a lot with computers upgraded to Windows 10 running older hardware.
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