Google Chrome relies on an online installer (streaming installer) which requires users to be connected to the internet during the installation process.
Even though it offers convenience, this method is less attractive to users who more often use computers without the internet, aka offline.
The good news, Chrome still provides an offline (standalone) installer. You can still download the variant from the official Google Chrome page and then install it without internet connection.
The following is a guide on how to download the latest version of Google Chrome offline installer for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
How to download Google Chrome offline installer
1. Open the download link based on the operating system you are using.
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INFO: The “Single User” type is intended for computers that have only one user profile. While “Multi User” is for computers that have multiple users so that Chrome is installed on all accounts.
2. Once opened, click the button Download Chrome.
3. Run the installer file to start installing Chrome.
4. When finished, click Closed. Chrome can already be used.
Broadly speaking, the offline installer takes a relatively shorter time during the installation process. In addition, the device does not have to be online when installing.
- Is the version of Google Chrome in the offline installer the latest?
Of course the newest. Google consistently updates the offline installer to keep up with the latest Chrome updates.
- Can the Chrome offline installer be used multiple times?
Yes, you can also copy the file to another computer. But it’s a good idea to periodically download new installers to keep them up to date with the latest Chrome.
That’s how to download Google Chrome offline installer. If you have any questions regarding this topic, feel free to comment 🙂