Notice to users on older versions of Windows 10

After releasing 1.58.124 Chromium: 117.0.5938.62 on Thursday, we began to see reports on Saturday morning that users on older versions of Windows 10 couldn’t launch Brave after updating, and started running into a Entry Point Not Found issue due to lsEnclaveTypeSupported. Users on Chrome also experienced this issue.

Google responded via and then released 117.0.5938.88 on Friday night as per

The quickest way to resolve the above issue is to install 1.58.127 Chromium: 117.0.5938.88 over the previous version. Doing this won’t remove the previous profile or users data. It’s simply replacing the older version with a new version. Users can use the following links for their specific channels:

1.58.127 (Release Channel) -

1.59.90 (Beta Channel) -

1.60.30 (Nightly Channel) -


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