Download Google chrome offline installer latest 2021

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What is Google Chrome?

Google Chrome is a web browser that aims to deliver a fast and simple Internet navigation mode while bundling several powerful features, such as bookmarks, synchronization, privacy mode, extensions, themes, and automatic web page translation.

When you start downloading Google Chrome on your computer, it downloads a very small 1 MB online installer (also known as stub installer or net installer). When you run the downloaded installer, it again starts downloading the required setup files of Chrome from Google servers as the online installer doesn't contain all required program files.

There is a problem in using online installer! It requires a working Internet connection at the installation time to download the actual program files, so you can't install Google Chrome in a machine without Internet connection. Imagine a situation when you need to install Google Chrome in more than one computer. You'll need Internet connection in all machines to install Google Chrome which will waste your time and lots of Internet connection bandwidth.

Use one box for everything--type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and Web pages. Thumbnails of your top sites let you access your favorite pages instantly with lightning speed from any new tab. Desktop shortcuts allow you to launch your favorite Web apps straight from your desktop. Chrome has many useful features built in, including automatic full-page translation and access to thousands of apps, extensions, and themes from the Chrome Web Store.

3 Basic Features of Google Chrome

1.Upgraded Dynamic Tabs at the Conner.

The Chrome development team views tabs that you can drag a tab into its own window, and drag it back to the main window. This is called "Dynamic Tabs." Also, by default, the "New Tab" page in Chrome features a page that shows thumbnails of your most visited Web sites, a list of your recent bookmarks, and a search box that allows you to search your history.

2.Box for Search, Address, and History.

Instead of having separate input boxes for the search bar and the address bar, Google has united the two in Chrome so you can type anything in the box and it will suggest the home page as well as other recently visited TechRepublic pages. 

3.Task manager

Chrome has its own Task Manager that shows you how much memory and CPU usage each tab and plug-in is using. You can open it by clicking Shift-Esc from within Chrome. You can get more details by clicking the "Stats for nerds" link on the Task Manager and it will open a page with a full breakdown of memory and CPU usage for each process within the browser.


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