Google Chrome

Google Chrome for Pc

  • Category: Utilities
  • Last Updated: 2018-09-11
  • Current version: 69.0.3497.91
  • File size: 97.80 MB
  • Developer: Google, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Google Chrome on your Windows PC

Download Google Chrome for Windows: Google Chrome is an Utilities App, developed by Google, Inc.. The Utilities App was officially released 2012-06-28. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Google, Inc., with the latest current version being 69.0.3497.91 which was officially released on 2018-09-11. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 75,054 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 3.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Google Chrome on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Google Chrome on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Google Chrome for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Google Chrome in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Google Chrome application icon. A window of Google Chrome will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Google Chrome icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Google Chrome

Developer Description

Get more done with the new Google Chrome on iPhone and iPad. Now more simple, secure and faster-than-ever, with Google Smarts built-in. • FASTER BROWSING - Chrome’s address bar uses Google Search to make any fact-finding mission fast and simple. It also searches your Google Drive, so diving into next week’s vacation plan is just that much easier. • ARTICLES FOR YOU - Chrome surfaces articles, blogs, and content that we think you might like. The more you use Chrome, the more personalized it gets. So you’ll always have what’s most relevant to you at your fingertips. • GOOGLE TRANSLATE - No matter where you are on the web, or the globe, Chrome lets you translate an entire site in a single click with Google Translate built-in. Chrome also automatically prompts translation when you need it. • MANAGE YOUR TABS - open as many tabs as your heart desires and manage them in the new grid shapes to easily view and compare websites. • SYNC ACROSS DEVICES - Signing into Chrome automatically syncs across your laptop, tablet, or on your phone. You get the same experience – no matter where you go. • AUTOFILL FORMS & PASSWORDS - Remembering p4$$w0rd$ is a thing of the past. Chrome can store your address and payment details, so you can fill out forms with just one click. • VOICE SEARCH - use the magic of Google voice search to find answers on-the-go without typing • PRIVACY - use Incognito mode to browse without saving your history (learn more at

App Reviews

  • Long-Time User

    By Xctual
    I love this browser just as much as I did when I first started using it. I only have two complaints: 1) Exitings tabs requires me to wait a few seconds as it seems as if my iPhone 5s freezes for a few seconds before I can click the x button. Minor issue, but I do enjoy having my tabs closed the second I want to close them. 2) Upon exiting all tabs and switching to other apps (such as Instagram), and then coming back to Chrome, by default there is a new tab that pops up. I understand how this could be convinient, but since I use Incognito Mode for everything and there seems to be no option for making that the default tab it's an extra step I have to do which involves me immeditiately closing the new tab and switching to incognito. There should be an option to have it as default. Other than those two, this app is amazing and Chrome itself has always eased the pain of using unorganised and confusing browsers. Chrome is straight-forward and simple. Perfection in my opinion.
  • Bitchin Browser: there are others but ..,

    By @DreadIron
    It’s a “Bitchin’ Browser”: there are others but .., only one Google other Browsers to include quite an extensive list here in appstō but integrating aspects of Google’s innovation creativity and professionalism security and superior customer services and support has set aside others to just independent developers genius and corporate sponsors for purposes of capital generating by the minions. As an epistemologist and UX/VUI cognitive and behavioral scientist (eclectic philosophically, and student of experimentalism marketing, social engineering, predisposed to furthering humanities across all aspects of boundaries of economic and socio-ethnocentric complexities— Googles got it going on but then look at Opera,Dolphin, and especially iCabMobile — WebKit and Gecko aside Omnigroup’s browser needs a evolutionary change too. You want Chrome, but you need it too and you have the right to universality in your apps (where secured) index your cloud, sync your purchases and financial data best practices that requires your own personal preference and desired outcomes.
  • Phenomenal, but with one downside...

    By GsidesFinest
    This iOS version of Chrome was once the perfect browser, but recent updates have removed one simple thing that I, until now, had taken for granted -- the "Save Image" feature. By that, I don't mean that one can no longer save an image -- you can; What I'm referring to was the ability to save from an "image-only" tab (not sure if there's an actual name for them) and save it in its highest quality. Now, the best I can do is save the thumbnail images from the link that leads to the new tab, but these are of such poor quality as they are not intended to be saved. If there is any image I want to save in its highest quality, I'm resorting to other apps to accomplish this. This may sound like a back-handed compliment, but the reason I still use Chrome as my go-to browser is because I see no flaws within it aside from the issue mentioned above and it's worth the hassle. I do hope that the option to save an image from its own tab by pressing and holding isn't gone for good, because it's the last piece to the puzzle of a flawless iPhone browser (in my subjective opinion).
  • Absolutely useful

    By Andrew Capistran
    This is extremely useful thanks to the update that fixed google chrome. I (as Andrew) had a lot of pages on google and they were gone. I do not know who’d erase these pages but this update is seriously worth it because that was fixed. I am primarily engaged in an obsession and that was why I had those pages. Those pages were of collectors interest. I have embarked on the plan to becoming a firearm collector and I (as Andrew) am really close at it. Like I said those Italian gun shop pages were for the reason of collecting guns. The Italian way of collecting guns is owning a higher number of weapons then forbidden (🚫) from using them or moving them and from buying ammunition. The thing is, ammunition is not allowed. In certain cases, you are required to House the weapons in a safe room that meets police specifications. I (as Andrew) am really close on that gun collecting plan. I really wish to collect guns just like everyone else. One last thing, I had been using google chrome for Italian gun shop pages.
  • Latest update a user-unfriendly bust

    By AnotherpointlessApplenickname
    Google yet again insists on “fixing” things in Chrome that don’t need fixing. The browser’s latest (December 10, 2017) release now places bookmarks in a hard to access link in the upper right corner of the browser instead of as before where you could open up a new tab and have all your bookmarks clearly laid out in front of you. What once took one tap now takes at least three and viewing and navigating are more cumbersome than ever. Changing a user interface just to pretend you are making it better is a sure sign of a company without a clue, desperate to show that they on top of things. Heaven knows what havoc they are letting there developers and programmers wreak on other Google offerings but if Chrome is any indication things are not looking good. Making an app less intuitive, less easy to use, is not the way to go and it is inexcusable for Google to not know this. The days of “Do no evil” are long gone at Google. ‘Do no stupid” is the most we can hope for now and unfortunately this latest misguided “improvement” to Chrome shows no one is paying attention to that idea either anymore.
  • Love Chrome but has its issues

    By Xxdummy gamer
    Normally I love the chrome app, it’s basically the only app I use on my phone and for the most part it works great (love that I’m able to login to chrome on my laptop and phone and share the tabs I have open), but ever since the last update it’s been unusable. Every time I open chrome I’m greeted by a white screen with the loading bar at the top, which then never loads. If I swipe down to reload the loading bar just fills all the way but the page remains blank. I’ve tried looking on the support page but it just takes me to a page that describes how to download chrome, which I obviously don’t need. I’ve check for software updates on both the app and my phone, I’ve tried it with my VPN turned off and on, but nothing works. I’m hoping the issue will either resolve itself or there will be another update soon to fix this problem because I really don’t want to have to start using safari.
  • Lost all my browser tabs!

    By Phoenix1887
    Very mad I lost over 100 open browser tabs I had collected over the last couple of months that I needed to go through and read/bookmark/take care of/close. I opened the app one day and they were all closed. I went to recent tabs and it was blank!!! I even went to other devices on my computer and the recent tabs under my iPhone was Blank also!!!! (because google programmed it so it over wrote my previously opened tabs with my new blank version!!!) What a freaking nightmare so infuriating! I’ll never find out what those 100 tabs I had opened were and there are many lost opportunities now. No viewing my history doesn’t help. I have over 5000 pages of history from the last few months obviously it’s impossible to go through all of that and try to pick out the tabs. Google Chrome needs to build in a history of opened tabs at least for the last couple of months! That takes bytes of data and saves a massive amount of headache and a nightmare like this! I can’t believe they haven’t made this a fundamental feature of the app already it’s almost 2019 and the only option for that kind of thing is by downloading a special browser extension on the desktop but it’s not even available for the iPhone/iPad. Because of this I don’t want to use chrome anymore as not only is it a privacy problem with google having all of your data but it’s a serious work hazard with Google LOSING all of your data so I’m looking for other browser options that don’t have this problem.
  • FIST BUMPS PLEASE!!! Amazing Job.

    By Alwaise1703
    Hello Team, applauses, applauses, applauses.. OUR TEAM, did a fantastic, remarkable, self assurance, team reassurance, Consumer awareness, and User friendly Job remodel. It’s Fast, Affective, Self Explanatory, User and Kid Friendly, Stated Facts and Policies, and will uphold Consumer Accountability.. Thank You.. Honestly Thank You.. One slight suggestion, if the app version needed to update, can we send an email link for them to see, or have an auto update to each phone linked to our app, that way if the consumer were to use it, they had to log back in. If the phone was stolen an encrypted version sensor from the app would target ip since it’s linked to Google. If not an email link can also do the job, it will tackle the Google email and also link to the app. Due to logging back in. I sometime don’t see the update from the App Store and tend to forget. Please and Thank You. I APPRECIATE IT ALWAISE
  • Keeps improving, much better now

    By Bill Brown
    I’m very impressed with the obvious improvements made to the Google Chrome app for iOS. I would much prefer to move entirely off Safari as I am a voracious Google product user (Photos, Docs, Email,Maps, Calendar, more), but would not have given untethering from iOS Safari before now. As we have begun using Google Home more and more, I’ve been looking for ways to better exploit Google Assistant on my iPhone. With Ad-Blocking a limitation in Safari (good, but not great), and with Google’s new ad-blocking features rolling out this week, I’ve been trying to give iOS Chrome a second look. I like it much more now. I do wish, however, that the navigation controls were more like Safari’s, and at the bottom of the screen, not the top. Imitation is a good form of flattery, certainly, but even more important in UX/UI, so I would greatly encourage more of that “design borrowing”.
  • Poor Choice for a 12.9 iPad

    By SeriouslyDave
    Chrome forces you into Google mobile sites (Gmail, Calendar, etc) on a screen the same size as many laptops. This wouldn’t be quite so bad if Chrome on iOS could handle multiple Gmail accounts correctly. It doesn’t. For example, go into Gmail mobile site (even if you select Request Desktop Site). It will use your default account. Go to the bottom of the page and tap the ID to select a different account. Once you’re in a different account, tap the three lines that show you labels. Scroll down to the very tiny text that lets you select ‘Desktop’. It goes to desktop mode, but switches back to your default account... even if you sign out of your default account. Not very secure on top of giving incorrect results. You’re better off using other browsers or a Mac. (Google’s mobile apps are not a viable option on a 12.9 iPad because of they are too trivial - minimal view of information and limited function compared to the full site.)