How To Get Google Chrome Update Dev 66, Beta 65, Stable 64

Google Chrome Update

Getting Google Chrome updates can only be done through Chrome itself, unlike Chromium’s open-source update which we can deliberately choose. For Chromebook users, this is highly anticipated, as there will be no updates except those already announced by Google. For example, as I wrote about the latest update in the previous article.

This is how to get Google Chrome Update:

On Chromebook:

  1. Click on your profile picture on the lower right of your screen.
  2. Go to settings.
  3. Click on three stripes on the top left to reveal About Chrome.
  4. Click on the version area to update.

It will be updated automatically (restart needed), you can conveniently keep using your Chromebook. You can also change the channel here, but I won’t recommend it unless you really need to play with this.

On Other Computer:

  1. Click three dots button on your upper right.
  2. Go to settings.
  3. Click on three stripes on the top left to reveal About Chrome.
  4. Click on the version area to update.

You will then have to relaunch Chrome manually.

What’s New in This Google Chrome Update?

Developer Channel

The Dev channel has been updated for Mac and Linux, and 66.0.3343.3/.4 for Windows.

A partial list of changes is available in the log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug. The community help forum is also a great place to reach out for help or learn about common issues.

Also, read Chromium 64-bit for Mac.

Beta Channel

Chrome 65.0.3325.51 contains our usual under-the-hood performance and stability tweaks, but there are also some cool new features to explore – please head to the Chromium blog to learn more!

Stable

64.0.3282.140 for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Problem With Your Chrome?

You can try doing the steps below and see if it helps:

  • Use incognito mode. If this helps to solve the problem, then temporarily disable your extensions to identify which one is causing the rendering problem. To do this go to chrome://extensions and uncheck Enabled for each extension one by one.

  • Remove unwanted programs from Chrome.

  • Your profile account might have been corrupted. Try creating a new browser user profile and check if that makes a difference.

  • Reset your browser settings.

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