Here’s how to update Google Chrome on your PC

Faster browsing, syncing saved passwords, protection against viruses and phishing attacks are the features people commonly seek
The image shows Google Chrome logo on a mobile screen.— Pixabay
The image shows Google Chrome logo on a mobile screen.— Pixabay

Be it an app, a device, a gadget or any internet-based facility, you must have its most updated version/model in order to make the best out of it. The same formula applies to browsers.

Why you should use Google Chrome

Google Chrome is one of the most used browsers all around the world for various reasons.

Faster browsing, syncing your saved passwords, and protection against identity theft, viruses and phishing attacks are the top-of-the-line features of a browser people commonly seek.

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For offering a complete package of all such features and services, Google Chrome remains the top priority of the people using every kind of device.

If you wish to update and exploit your Chrome browser to the depths of its feature-rich capacities, keep reading and follow the instructions below.

Guide to updating Google Chrome on PC

  • Open Google Chrome on your PC.
  • Click the three-dot icon in the top-right corner, or on the right of the address bar at the top of your browser.
  • The window shown in the above picture will appear.
  • Hover your mouse over Help, and select About Google Chrome from the drop-down list.
  • A new window will appear on your screen, click update Google Chrome.
  • After the browser successfully gets updated, relaunch it to see the updated features and changes.

Note: If you don't see this button on your browser, it shows that you're already using the latest version.