Are you experiencing a frustrating issue where clicking in Google Chrome on your Macbook Air / Pro / Macbook Pro 2 running Mac Os Big Sur / Mac OS Sonama is becoming a nightmare? You’re not alone. Many users have reported similar problems, where clicks initially work but gradually become erratic or unresponsive. The good news is that you can likely resolve this issue without too much hassle. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through the steps to troubleshoot and fix the clicking problem in Google Chrome / Microsoft Edge.
Before diving into the solutions, it’s essential to understand the problem you’re facing. This issue seems to be specific to the Google Chrome / Microsoft Edge application and not related to your Mac’s trackpad or other apps. Here are the common symptoms:
Installing / Uninstalling or deleting the app is not helping the issue. Instead try the following.
To enable GPU rasterization in Google Chrome, follow these steps:
Go to Chrome, Minimise the window and enter
Enable GPU Rasterization will ask for a restart of Google Chrome, and there’s no click / trackpad issue any further
To enable GPU rasterization in Mircorsoft Edge, follow these steps:
Go to Microsoft Edge, Minimise the window and enter
Enabling GPU rasterization in Google Chrome is a feature that utilizes your computer’s Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) to improve the rendering and performance of web pages. GPU rasterization specifically relates to how the browser processes and displays web page graphics and text.
Here’s what enabling GPU rasterization does: