Google Chrome Complete Offline Installer Latest

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#1

[CENTER]I was helping a friend here at work and I had to open his browser. I fired up Google Chrome and was like …. OMG!!! this is very oooold version of Chrome, with its blue interface…….

But, why is he using Chrome v.6 when there is an auto updater for Chrome keeping everyone on the latest version? Uh, he is inside our corporate network and the auto update is disabled. I’ve been using an alternate method to keep my Chrome up-to-date on my work PC.

So, that’s the method I want to share with you today. It is nothing but downloading a complete set up file for offline installation. How is this different from the normal Chrome installation? I’ll tell you.

When you download Chrome using the normal link, it downloads a small file and then when you run that, that little program downloads rest of the stuff you need and completes the installation. When your network is blocking this download, you need the complete file for your computer to installation to take place, otherwise, it will get stuck half way.

You will need the complete set up file if you are installing Chrome without an internet connection. You can download this the file from the link I am going to share here to download Chrome on a different computer, copy it to the one where you need it installed without internet connection.

Links To Download Complete Offline Installer 2012


#2

Instead of downloading from random links that someone posts on an Internet forum, it’s much safer to download from the official source (Google). That way you avoid the risk of installing from an infected source.

Standalone installer for one user account:
http://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?standalone=1

Standalone installer for system-wide installation (all accounts):
http://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?system=true&standalone=1


#3

thank you


#4

[QUOTE=DrageMester;2639230]Instead of downloading from random links that someone posts on an Internet forum, it’s much safer to download from the official source (Google). That way you avoid the risk of installing from an infected source.

Standalone installer for one user account:
http://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?standalone=1

Standalone installer for system-wide installation (all accounts):
http://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?system=true&standalone=1[/QUOTE]

Thanks for that Drage.

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