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    Google might want you to use Chrome to play Stadia, but you don't have to.
    The beauty of cloud gaming services like Google Stadia is that you're not required to have any specific, potentially expensive hardware to use them. This is 100% accurate with Stadia, which literally requires only a web browser to run on a Windows PC.
    Naturally, Google steers you to using its Chrome browser, and any Stadia documentation will do the same. But you don't have to use Chrome, and if you want to check out some games but you prefer to use Microsoft Edge, that's no problem.

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    01-07-2021 09:11 AM

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