Whether you are using Windows 10, 8, or 7 it does not really matter, as it has nothing really to do with the browser but with the Google Chrome browser itself.
Even Windows 8 users will not be left behind talk more of the Windows 10 users.
So to get its full functionality, you’ll need to enable it.
It is pretty simple to get this feature enabled.
With a few clicks of the mouse, you will have this re-enabled.
You’ll get this enabled in your Google Chrome content settings where you control what information websites can use and what content they can show you.
- Open your Google Chrome browser
- Tap on the three vertical dotted lines at the top right corner of the browser (beneath the Windows close button)
- Tap on “Settings”
- Then scroll down to the bottom and tap on “Advanced” to get to the other side of Chrome settings
- Under privacy and security, scroll down to where you have content settings and click on it
You can simply paste this address chrome://settings/content/ in your Chrome address bar to jump to the content settings page without having to navigate manually.
Meanwhile, if you’ve messed with your Chrome settings, you can easily reset your Chrome settings to its default state.
It’s that simple!