Many Windows 10 users reported not being able to run WebGL supported websites. Error message WebGL is not supported pops up disallowing 2D and 3D graphics to run in Google Chrome.

In order to fix the WebGL issue, we managed to come up with a series of fixes described below.

What to do if your browser doesn’t support WebGL?

1. Make sure your browser is up to date

  1. Click the Three button icon on the top right corner of the browser.
  2. Scroll to the Help section and expand it > click About Google Chrome.about chrome your browser does not support webgl
  3. The update process will then start on its own.
  4. Hit the Relaunch button after the update is done.

2. Try a different browser

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If you keep having this issue with your browser, perhaps switching to a new browser might help. UR Browser focuses heavily on user security and safety, and with built-in adblock and tracking protection, it will make your browsing faster and more enjoyable.

This browser is based on Chrome, so it will support the same features and extensions while providing support for WebGL.

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3. Check to have hardware acceleration enabled

    1. Click the Three button icon on the top right corner of your browser.
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    2. Open Settings > scroll down and select Advanced.
    3. Find the System tab and make sure the Use hardware acceleration when available toggle is on – it should be colored blue.
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    4. After making this change, click the Relaunch button to restart Google Chrome.



4. Disable installed extensions

  1. Click the Three button icon on the top right corner of the browser.
  2. Expand the More tools menu > select Extensions.
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  3. Disable the extensions by clicking the toggle switch next to their name – toggle turning gray means the extension is disabled.

5. Update your graphics drivers

  1. Open Device Manager.
  2. In the Device Manager click to expand the Display Adapters section.
  3. Right click on your graphics card and select Update driver.
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  4. Click Search automatically for updated driver software.
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  5. Approve the download for the updated drivers, then wait for the installation to finish.
  6. Restart your computer once the installation is finished.
  7. Open the WebGL supported website again to see if it worked.

We hope that our guide on how to fix WebGL on Google Chrome was of help for you. If you know any other working solutions, feel free to leave them in the comment section below.

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