But there are some users that have been having issues with Google Earth since the Preview version of Windows 8.1 and they haven’t disappeared when they switched to final version.
Google Earth hangs or crashes at its startup in Windows 8.1 and the Windows troubleshooter says that it is actually incompatible with Windows 8.1.
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The culprit for Google Earth hanging and crashing in Windows 8.1 seems to be the stereoscopic 3D that was turned on by the Windows 8.1 update.
Maybe an official Windows Store app for Google Earth could save us from all these issues.
I remember that when I installed Google Earth on my Windows 8.1 preview laptop, it worked just fine.
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