Update Google Chrome

Update Google Chrome

While Google Chrome downloads and gets ready updates out of sight, you still need to restart your browser for the installation. Since certain individuals keep Chrome open for quite a long time—perhaps weeks—the update could be inactively holding back to install, putting your PC in danger.
Open Chrome browser, click menu (three dots at right-top) > Go to Help > About Google Chrome. You can also type chrome://settings/help into Chrome’s location box and click Enter.

Chrome will check automatically for updates and immediately download update when you open the About Google Chrome pages.
In the event that Chrome has just downloaded and is holding to install an update, the menu symbol will switch to an up arrow and take on one of three colors, depending on upon to what update has been available:
  • GreenAn update has been available for two days
  • OrangeAn update has been available for four days
  • RedAn update has been available for seven days After the update has installed—or if it’s been waiting for a a couple of days—click “Relaunch” to complete the update procedure.

NOTEMake sure you save anything you’re dealing with. Chrome reopens the tabs that were open before the relaunch however doesn’t save any of the information contained in them.

If you’d rather wait to restart Chrome and finish up the work you’re doing, simply close the tab. Chrome will install the update whenever you close and reopen it.
At the point when you relaunch Chrome, and the update at long last gets done with installing, go back to chrome://settings/help and check you're running the most recent version of Chrome. Chrome will say “Google Chrome is up to date” if you’ve already installed the latest updates.

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