Chrome error causes the collapse MacBook
I recently began appearing on the forums a complaint about the new MacBook Air were presenting kernel panic errors, which did not have much explanation until yesterday, when Google admitted that the failure is due to a problem with your browser, Chrome.
“We have identified a resource drain on the Chrome graphics related to the collection of plugins on Mac OS X. Work is underway to find a solution to the root cause of the leak, “the company said in a statement to Gizmodo.
“The flight of resources is causing a kernel panic in Mac hardware that contains the Intel HD 4000 graphics chip,” added, stating that they contacted Apple to resolve this problem, because an application should not be able to create a kernel panic .
“While we repair the problem, temporarily deactivate some of the GPU acceleration features of Chrome that affect hardware through an automatic update. We anticipate future repairs in the coming days to reactivate some or all of these features for this hardware, “said Google.Apple, Chrome, Google, kernel panic, MacBook Air