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    "Don't bother if you have Win 7 64-bit"

    July 19, 2012  |   By nicholaskersov


    Nice add-ons.


    I've spent days trying to get the - and various derivatives - to work with Windows 7 64-bit. Even did a complete Install/Repair. I followed dozens of threads, some going back years, all complaining that this software hangs on launch, and forces uses to do a hard reboot. Google, knows about this, and has done for some time, yet appears to have done NOTHING.


    Chrome seems to work much better with Win 7 32-bit. But if you have a 64-bit system, it's just not worth all the hassle and instability, with no sign of anyone at Google giving two hoots whether their software works or not.

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