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In recent years, Hulu, one of America’s video-on-demand subscription streaming services, has become a magnet for its cheaper packages and availability on other streaming platforms or devices. But unfortunately, some Hulu users are experiencing problems with the Chrome browser.
So if you’re experiencing the same problem, you should learn how to resolve that Hulu doesn’t work in Chrome by following this detailed troubleshooting guide.
Why does Hulu not work in Chrome?
- The main reason why you are getting this error is that your Chrome browser is outdated.
- An old browser cache can also affect streaming from Hulu.
- It’s also possible that the error is temporary.
How to repair the Hulu crash in Chrome?
Update your operating system
- Press the Windows key and type Updates in the search box.
- Then select Check for Updates from the list.
- In the Windows Update settings, click Check for Updates again.
- Restart your device immediately after the update process completes.
Update your browser
- Launch the Chrome browser and click the 3 vertical ellipses.
- Then click Settings on the menu.
- Then click About Chrome on the left side of the window.
- Click Check for updates and update your browser.
- Then click Restart.
Turn off Google Chrome extensions
- Launch your Chrome browser.
- Then click the Extensions icon (in the upper right corner of your screen).
- Then click Manage extensions in the menu that appears.
- Disable all extensions by turning off the corresponding buttons.
- Restart your browser and make sure that Hulu works properly in Chrome.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Close your browser (and any other programs that are running in the background) completely, restart your browser, and try opening Hulu.com again. Try another browser: If your default browser is not working, try one of the other browsers we support for Hulu streaming.
- On your Android smartphone or tablet, open the Play Store app.
- Tap the profile icon in the upper right corner.
- Tap Manage apps and devices.
- Under Available Updates, find Chrome.
- Tap Update next to Chrome.
In general, Hulu only supports major browsers, including Edge, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari. If you want to watch Hulu through a browser, you can only choose one of these browsers. Unfortunately, Hulu does not support all versions of Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. So be sure to update your browser for uninterrupted streaming.