Google Chrome, the most used web browser is a product of Google. It provides a number of interesting features which give you an amazing experience and simplified way to connect to a website and access it.
Time to time, Google keeps on adding new services and features along with enhancing the existing ones to improve the working of Google Chrome. These periodic updates released by Google include technical modifications like,
- Security updates which prevent the users from accessing harmful malicious websites
- Changes in the user interface
- Support for various plug-ins etc.
As soon as you install Google Chrome, it is configured to update itself automatically. With every newer version of Google Chrome, the bugs persisting in the former versions usually get resolved and browsing becomes safer and faster. That’s why it is important to keep your Google Chrome browser up to date.
Apart from automatic updation, you are allowed to update Google Chrome manually as well. Or you can check the version which you are using. This article will let you know the steps to Update Google Chrome.
Steps to Update Google Chrome
Step 1: Open Google Chrome and click on the three-dot button called Vertical Ellipsis located at the upper-right corner.
This opens the Chrome Main Menu. It contains various options like opening new Tab/Window, Editing Tools( cut, copy, paste), History, Settings etc.
Step 2: Go to “Help” in the menu and select “About Google Chrome” from the help sub-menu.
- If a pending update is found, it starts downloading the update automatically.
After finishing the download, you are asked to relaunch the Google Chrome browser in order to install the updates.
- In case, the system is already updated, it displays a message “Google Chrome is up to date” which is followed by the version number.
Step 3: As you relaunch Google Chrome, the update gets installed. Your browser will now run on the latest version.
So, this is how you can update the Google Chrome browser to the latest version.