Keyhole EarthViewer, which gives a 3D representation of Earth and allows the users to see landscapes from various angles, is now known as Google Earth. This application maps the Earth with aerial photographs, satellite images, and GIS data onto a 3D globe. You can explore the Earth by using addresses and coordinates on Google Earth. It will also enable you to add your own data with the use of Keyhole Markup Language. You will be surprised to know that the program has covered more than 98 percent of the world and has captured 10 million miles of Street View imagery. It will also provide you with a series of other tools through the desktop application. If Google Earth not working on your Windows computer, it may hang or crashes at Windows startup. A group of engineers says that Google Earth is actually incompatible with Windows 10. However, we now invite you to find out the possible ways to troubleshoot it.
Which are the possible ways of resolving this issue
· Update your graphics card and make use of integrated graphics
· Create a new user account
· Recreate Google Earth shortcut
· Install the older version of Google Earth
· Disable display scaling
· Use OpenGL instead of DirectX
How to install the older version of Google Earth
But thousands of users reported that the older version of Google Earth works perfectly on their Windows 7, 8, or 10 PCs. So, a re-installation with an older version could resolve your issue by fixing up the corrupted files. Reinstall this program once and get the issue resolved on your Windows PC. Keep in mind that the installation of an older version is necessary while following this troubleshooting technique.