How to enable GPU acceleration in Google Chrome

recent post on Chromium blog confirms that the latest version of Chromium is supported GPU acceleration asking when Google Chrome will have GPU acceleration. Actually now Google Chrome dev version 7 supports GPU, it is disabled by default, you need to enable it here is how enable GPU acceleration in Google Chrome.

Enabling GPU Hardware Acceleration in Google Chrome

1.Add the -enable-accelerated-compositing command line option in the target field after Chrome.exe, you can get there by right-clicking the Chrome developer shortcut icon and clicking properties.

2. Now run Google Chrome, to check GPU acceleration enabled, you can see GPU process running in Chrome’s task manager and you can find more details about the GPU process consuming memory by typing about:memory in the omnibox.

GPU Process for Google Chrome running

3.You can even try some cool demo examples at IE 9 Test Site to see how Google Chrome uses the graphics card to render pages.

By[ Lifehacker and ZDNet blog]

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