The chrome browser is playing a big role in internet, the one tool which made present in all device for communication. As per January 2015, 61% and increasing of all the internet connection is made through chrome by w3schools . Here is my snapshot of audience for last year it has about 45% is with google chrome visitors.
The contribution of chrome is more to internet so here is a tips about chrome update which you have not noticed yet in chrome, normally chrome will not send any pop out window to update it, it does it automatically. Here can check your update details go to right top corner you can see or in other color. Click the same icon and choose “About google chrome” takes you to another page which shows the update details, as like seeing below.
How to feel when updates are available:
So, the chrome is updated automatically, you can feel so when it will be updated in how many days by using some color indication. If you can see green , orange , or red instead of your browser is going to update soon based on the color code. Green will take 2 days, Orange will take 4 days and followed by red will take 7 days. So you can identify the chrome updates in 2, 4 and 7 days.
For Windows users:
- Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
- Select Update Google Chrome.
- In the confirmation dialog that appears, click Restart. The browser saves your opened tabs and windows and reopens them automatically when it restarts. If you’d prefer not to restart right away, click Not now. The next time you restart your browser, the update will automatically be applied.
For Mac and Linus users:
- Mac users: You can also set up automatic browser updates for all users of your computer if Google Chrome is installed in your Applications folder. Go to the “About Google Chrome” dialog and look for the Set Up Automatic Updates for All Users button. If it’s available, click the button and authenticate to set up automatic updates.
- Linux users: Use your package manager to update Google Chrome.
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