Whenever a new Chrome update is available, Google Chrome prompts the user to restart the browser in order to install the update. But sometimes, after the update is applied, Chrome may crashes or freezes. This is happens because Chrome includes several individual components that may haven't be updated yet and at this case you have to update them manually.
This tutorial contains instructions on how to update Chrome and Chrome individual components manually.
How to Manually Update Google Chrome & Chrome Components.
Part 1. How to Update the Google Chrome Manually.
To install the latest version of Google Chrome:
2. The Google Chrome will check for updates and then will install automatically the last update.
3. When the update is completed click the Relaunch button.
Part 2. How to Update Chrome Individual Components.
1. At Chrome's address bar, type:
2. Click the Check for update button at each Chrome component that you want to update.
3. When you're done updating, restart Chrome.
Additional Help: If after updating Chrome and its components you face problems with your browser then proceed to completely remove and reinstall Chrome.
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