Not all browsers handle websites the same. If they do not support your operating system or browser, you may be denied access. Fortunately, you can fake the user agent on Chrome OS to look like a completely different system.
Web sites identify inbound connections through their user agent ̵
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How to Change the User Agent
First, open Chrome, click the three points, and then choose More Tools> Developer Tools. Alternatively, press Ctrl + Shift + I on the keyboard.
At the bottom of the Developer Tools pane.
If this option is not displayed, click the menu icon and select More> Tools> Enable Network Conditions.
Under the user In the Agent section, deselect "Auto Select".
Chrome provides a long list of preconfigured user agent templates that you can select from the drop-down menu. 
If you want to use a specific user agent that is not listed in the drop-down menu, you can copy and paste a custom one into the text box below.
Then, with the Developer Tool panel on the current tab open, go to any Web site and the user agent will open Set the custom Web site that you specify until you close Developer Tools.
You can even be a little creative with it!
User agent spoofing is a temporary setting that remains active only while the Developer tools are open and on the current tab. After you close the Developer tool, your User Agent returns to the default selection of Chrome.