Though not every new MacBook Air owner is experiencing the freezing issue, those who have seem to all being running
There's a conflict between Chrome, Chrome extensions and the graphics chips used in the new Macbook Air PCs. That conflict is "causing a kernel panic on Mac hardware," as Google put it. In other words, it is causing the Mac to freeze.
MacBook Air, Mac OS X (10.7.4).
Over the past several days, Gizmodo has been highlighting freezing and crashing issues on several of its staff's new MacBook Air models, linking the problems to Google Chrome. Switching to Apple's Safari browser eliminated all of the issues...
Earlier, we posted about our new MacBook Airs, which, still in only their first days of use, have been freezing and crashing like crazy.
I keep seeing everywhere that google is only interested in the problems with Chrome on MacBook Air.
In the process of this, maybe you install Google's Chrome browser. And that's when things start to go wrong. Your computer freezes up.
If you’ve been finding your MacBook Air particularly crash prone, chances are it could be Google’s Chrome browser.
This past week, Gizmodo has higlighted freezing and crashing issues on several of its staff’s new MacBook Air models, linking the problems to Google Chrome. When the staff switched to Apple’s Safari browser, it has eliminated all the issue.
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