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Many users have came to Help regarding Chrome's update, and the best we could say was to downgrade to an old version or use another browser. At the time, we didn't have a download link for older versions. With that being said I am making this thread to teach you how to downgrade to an older version of Google Chrome to have that regular, smooth looking text that your eyes desire, if you wish to do so.

 

Keep in mind you're putting yourself at risk by choosing to run outdated software.

 

You can click here for the downloads of older versions of Chrome (Windows/Linux/Mac.) You want to download version 50.0.2661.75, 32-bit or 64-bit depending on your OS.

 

Here is a video tutorial made by brackins, to make things easier.

 

 

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21 minutes ago, Brandon said:

Keep in mind you're putting yourself at risk by choosing to run outdated software.

Don't care just get rid of the ugliness :(

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You need to uninstall Chrome from your system before running the install for this. If you don't uninstall it, the version will automatically become the latest version installed.

 

A few problems that can be caused when using this. 

 

If you get a "cannot load plugin" error follow these steps;

 

Go to run. Type in appdata. Go to local. Then go to Google - Chrome - User Data - Default - Pepper Flash - Pepper Flash version number then regname pepflashplayer.dll to pepflashplayerX.dll. 

 

The path should look something like this: C:\Users\UserNAME\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\PepperFlash\21.0.0.216 

 

The captcha doesn't seem to load on 49.0.2.623.75 but that may only be an issue with 64 bit versions.

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