Chrome is a browser from Google with many advantages including speed, reliability and the ability to install a large number of extensions. In Google Chrome browser, unlike some others, there is another useful feature that allows it to automatically be updated with each new release. Everyone knows that the updates always may improve the performance. This is the way to fix the bugs that were valid during the development of the previous browser version. But, auto-update, in principle, is not something that you really need in order to perform basic tasks. Also, it may slow down your internet. You can simply turn off this option. This guide will show you how to disable Google Chrome auto-update In Windows 10.
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How To Disable Google Chrome Auto-Update In Windows 10
If you decided to turn off this feature, follow the instructions below.
So, to disable automatic Google Chrome browser update, click on the Windows 10 search bar, type «msconfig» and press «Enter».
You can also use a combination of hot keys Win + R and in the opened window type a query «msconfig», then click «Enter».
Next, go to the tab “Services”, select “Hide all Microsoft Services” option, and then uncheck: «Google Update Service (gupdate)» and «Google Update Service (gupdatem)».
After that, to check the windows system reaction to the changes that were made, click “Apply”, and then, if everything is in order, click “OK”.
When a window appears with the requirement to restart the computer, select “Restart” button.
After everything is completed, including the restart, you will successfully disable Google Chrome updates. You can always check for the update manually.
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