Google Chrome browser has a built-in setting to automatically update itself to the latest version in a Windows PC. Usually, Chrome downloads updates in the background when you use the browser. You will get an update prompt when you re-launch the browser. Just click on “Update and Restart” to complete the upgrade. Now if you have an issue with your Chrome update process, the browser may not pick up the newest releases. Chrome for Windows shows errors like 3, 4, 7, 12, etc. if it is experiencing internal software issues. This post explores the ways to update Google Chrome on Windows 10 PC using the online and offline methods and fix errors the stops the browser from updating.
Update Chrome on Windows 10
Update Chrome is easy on a Windows PC on laptop regardless of the version of the OS. Check the following video to see how you can upgrade Chrome online when there isn’t any issue with update processes.
Move the cursor to the top corner of your Chrome browser instance on Windows 10, and find the vertical dots at the extreme-right-side of the URL bar. Scroll through the options to take “Help” and click on “Update Google Chrome.” The relevant module then checks for available Chrome updates — click on the Relaunch button to complete the process. This is the online way to update Chrome on Windows 10.
How to fix Chrome update errors 3, 4, 7 and 12.
As we said earlier, software and hardware errors prevent Chrome from updating its latest version on Windows. The simplest way to fix these issue is to download Google Chrome offline installer 2021 from the following section. You could also try the methods explained in the above video about updating Chrome in Windows.
Google Chrome 2021 full standalone installer setup
Google provides a full standalone Chrome 10 installer for Mac OS and Linux users. However, Windows users have to download an online installer and then download full setup files. If are a windows 10 customer who need the full Chrome 10 installer, get the 64-bit ( here)or 32-bit (here) installers.