Google Chrome stops working on these old Desktop computers

Google Chrome is the world's most popular browser. It's liked by all due to its simple nature. Other browsers, including Microsoft Edge, Vivaldi and many more, also use the open-source Chrome engine. But Google's famous browser has been confirmed by developers that Google Chrome would no longer function for older processors.

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Google Chrome stops working on these old Desktop computers

According to a TechSpot article, if the chrome on your machine is over 15, it will no longer work. With clear terms, a new minimum SSE3 'instruction collection' condition will be impacted, whether you run a Celeron M Series CPU or an Intel Atom processor or processor. These CPUs can't accommodate the latest needs, so the browser doesn't install on those machines.


As Chrome 89 comes around, two choices are offered – remove the old computer or convert it into a primary local home server.

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If you ever want to push the browser to be enabled on your computer, it would just fail and not restart. There is no accurate date for Chrome to cease operating on these computers.


In any case, you can still install Firefox browser Mozilla that doesn't implement SSE3 instruction set provision, if you still want to use the device to access the internet.

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