Enable WebGL on Chrome or Firefox

WebGL on Chrome Enable hardware acceleration : browse to chrome://settings/advanced scroll to the bottom and look for Use hardware acceleration when available make sure Use hardware acceleration when available is checked ✓ if it tells you to then click the relaunch button Check if webGL is enabled in Chrome Copy paste the following in your browser’s address bar chrome://gpu  Look for the WebGL item in the Graphics Feature Status list The status will be one of the following: Hardware accelerated — WebGL is enabled and hardware-accelerated (running on the graphics card). Software only, hardware acceleration unavailable — WebGL is enabled, but running in software. Unavailable — WebGL is not available in hardware or software. You are looking for the status to be #1 from the above list i.e. Hardware accelerated   WebGL on FireFox Enable WebGL Copy paste the following in your browser’s address bar about:config you will be asked to accept a scary warning, I am positive this will be ok unless you start going godzilla or the hulk on unrelated settings 🙂 so.. dont do that. Search for webgl.disabled make sure that its value is set to false Check WebGL status on FireFox browser Copy paste the following in your browser’s address bar about:support Inspect the WebGL Renderer row in the Graphics table The status can be either of two things the name of a  graphics card manufacturer, model and driver i.e. Google Inc. — ANGLE (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Direct3D11 vs_5_0 ps_5_0) Something along the lines of BLocked due to version or Blocked due to unresolved issues. Obviously you want #1 […]