Using Google Chrome is quite simple. Just download the installer from any website, including its official website, and run the installer. The process, which is fully guided, will install the browser in less than a minute.
Above mentioned links allow you to download offline installer of Chrome stable version but if you want to download offline installers for other testing versions of Google Chrome such as Beta, Dev or Canary, following links will help you:
I check and install updates once a week, except for I just finished TWO computers, and then found out that the chrome I JUST installed was out of date. I had to update the chrome on 3 more computers that I use, but on the one I dropped off at the client in the next city I had to go pick up the machine, bring it back, update it, optimize it, and return it.
These types of installers have their advantages as they can be downloaded from a machine with Internet connectivity and then used to install the browser on other devices you are setting up for the first time.
Once Chrome is installed and connected to the Internet, you should then click on the Chrome menu and select Help -> About Google Chrome to download any available updates and install them.
Everything, from accessing these features to upgrading Chrome, can be accomplished via the menu. Chrome also has an intuitive download manager and advanced settings for those who like to tinker with coding.
I highly recommend installing the free PDQDeploy. Just download the MSI and enter the custom install command as above and choose the computers you want to install it on. It installs onto as many computers you want, 8 at a time queued, without having to touch the computer, whether anyone is logged on to the machine or not. If you also install PDQInventory you can install it onto all Domain workstations in surprisingly few clicks.
Well, technically it isn't an one-liner, but it works like it is. It will work even if IE Enhanced Security is turned on, thus making it very useful for Windows Server brand-new installations when IE will prevent you from downloading Chrome.
On the Launcher page, click download & run GoTo Webinar in the blue box on the launcher page. You should then see the \"GoTo Webinar Opener.exe\" file begin downloading and display at the bottom of your screen.
Acrobat Reader installation is a two-part process: The installer is downloaded, and then Acrobat Reader is installed. Be sure to wait until both parts are complete. A progress bar displays the time remaining.
To see if other users are experiencing similar download and installation problems, visit the Acrobat Reader user forum. Try posting your problem on the forums for interactive troubleshooting. When posting on forums, include your operating system and product version number.
With the HubSpot Sales Chrome extension for Gmail, HubSpot Sales Office 365 add-in, or the HubSpot Sales Outlook desktop add-in, you can access your sales tools directly from your inbox. Refer to the table below to determine which extension or add-in is compatible with your setup.
For many people who purchase a new Windows 10 PC, Microsoft's built-in Edge browser has one purpose: to download an alternate browser like Google Chrome. The most common way to do this for people who don't have the URL memorized Type \"download Chrome\" in the address bar and click the first result provided by Bing search. Unfortunately those unsuspecting users have a high chance of downloading malware and adware. That's because Bing has been serving up malicious but highly visible Google Chrome ads for months .
This weekend, Twitter user Gabriel Landau enjoyed his first few hours with a Windows 10 laptop by doing this exact thing (video in Twitter link). The top result for his \"download chrome\" search via Edge looked ordinary enough. Except that when he clicked it the resulting domain was \"GoogleOnline2018.com.\" The fake site isn't an exact copy of Google's own Chrome landing page, but looks genuine enough to fool people. The download itself is called \"ChromeSetup.exe,\" but examining the digital signature reveals \"Alpha Criteria Ltd.\" That's definitely not Google.
I searched the web for similar complaints and found an article from Bleeping Computer dated April 2018. The same type of hijack using Bing Ads from Edge, displayed as the top result, leading to a fake Chrome download that serves up some particularly nasty adware in its installer. The most noticeable difference was the domain name \"NewChromeDownload.com.\"
If you must use Windows 10, go directly to Chrome.com to download Google's browser, or to Mozilla.org for Firefox. Commit those to memory or just open up Edge and browse directly to google.com. I also highly recommend installing a tracking blocker like DuckDuckGo. If you choose to use the Edge browser, remove Bing as your default search provider by following these steps.
I manage to download the exe via a ps1 script, but it seems it is corrupt. If I compare it to a file downloaded through the browser they look the same. Same file version, same SHA, but the one downloaded with a script gets an error:
Right after running the script, I didn't check to see if the executables are running fine, because I was assuming there wouldn't be a problem with them. So, after letting the script pile up Chrome versions, just a few days ago I got a big surprise when I tried installing an older version of Chrome. None of the files downloaded by the script worked. Each time I'd try running them, I'd get \"unknown installer error\".
That got me curios about why isn't it working, so I accessed in Chrome and that got me a perfectly working exe. The strange thing is both exes downloaded through Chrome and curl had the same sha 512 hash.As I was puzzled, I tried wget and a powershell script.
Thanks to @John Seerden, I then used his powershell script, which downloaded a googlechromestandaloneenterprise64.msi working executable.Seeing this, I replaced googlechromestandaloneenterprise64.msi URL in his script with , but still got that error.
After some googling, I got across this post, which states something about getting an untagged installer, which I think has been downloaded through a 3rd party program like curl or wget, which ended in prompting \"unknown installer error\".
Is it there any way I could download perfectly fine running Chrome executables through a script or is it there any way to fix the broken executablesI would prefer to not resort to something like headless Chrome.
I used WinMerge for comparing these two standalone Chrome exes, version 86.0.4240.111 - 64 bits and 87.0.4280.66 - 64 bits, respectively ChromeStandaloneSetup64_28-10-2020_14.24.03_valid_Copy_old_version.exe (downloaded from - broken exe aka missing the download URL tags within the exe) and ChromeStandaloneSetup64_valid_Copy_latest_version.exe (downloaded from =1&platform=win64 - valid exe aka exe that has the download URL tags within it).
Even though ChromeStandaloneSetup64_valid_Copy_latest_version.exe (valid exe) came with a Zone Identifier Alternate Data Stream (ADS), unlike the broken exe, the resulting exe coming out the broken exe, lacking ADS, it ran perfectly fine in the VM. Regarding ADS, I downloaded the same valid Chrome exe twice (87.0.4280.66 64 bits) and I noticed the ADS had the same exact value.
A user-level install is always expected to be run within the context of an interactive user. A system-level install may run in the context of an interactive user (e.g., one who has downloaded Chrome's installer and passed a UAC prompt) or in the context of a machine account such as SYSTEM (e.g., installation via msiexec.exe or an update driven by a system-level install of Google Update).
setup.exe is run to perform a variety of one-off tasks. In all cases, these invocations must carry certain command line switches from the original installation. These include --system-level, --channel=FOO, and one of the install mode switches, if used (e.g., --chrome-sxs). This ensures that the proper install is used and that metrics and crashes have the proper annotations.
Citrix Workspace app is the easy-to-install client software that provides seamless, secure access to everything you need to get work done. With this free download, you easily and securely get instant access to all applications, desktops and data from any device, including smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs.
Note: If you are an end user/non-administrator we recommend that you contact your system administrator or IT help desk. They have the setup information required and your company may also have specific version requirements.
Citrix Workspace app requires a backend infrastructure to be correctly configured before you start using it. We recommend that you contact your system administrator or IT help desk. They have the necessary setup information required to resolve your questions.
If you are using the Postman web client, you will need to also download the Postman desktop agent. The Postman agent overcomes the Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) limitations of browsers, and facilitates API request sending from your browser version of Postman. Read the blog post.
Selenium Manager helps you to get a working environment to run Selenium out of the box. Beta 1of Selenium Manager will configure the drivers for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge if they are notfound on the PATH. No extra configuration is needed. Future releases of Selenium Managerwill eventually even download browsers if necessary.
Similar to Option 3 above, you need to manually download the driver (See Quick Reference Section for links).Specifying the location in the code itself has the advantage of not needing to figure out Environment Variables onyour system, but has the drawback of making the code much less flexible. 59ce067264