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An up-to-date web navigator is critical to a secure and fully functional web browsing environment, and Chrome's automatic update function makes it easy. Unless you have explicitly deactivated it, in most cases Chrome will look for and update itself every few hour.
If Chrome is not already updated automatically, what happens? When you are informed that Chrome is obsolete (our homepage will tell you if Chrome is obsolete), in most cases you only have to sit around for a few minutes and Chrome will update itself automatically. These instructions show you how to activate Chrome manual to search for fixes and update them when they are found.
Just opening the About Chrome surface is enough to get Chrome to look for fixes and retrieve them if they are found. And one of them will be called About Google Chrome. You will be redirected to the Chrome info page. While Chrome searches for a newer release, it will tell you "Update Google Chrome...".
The Chrome will tell you "Update Google Chrome..." while it searches for a newer Chrome release (and download it if it is found). Now Chrome will tell you: "Google Chrome is up to date". Happy birthday, you have now made sure that your copy of Chrome is up to date. Chrome will normally update itself to the latest status of the latest updates periodically - if for any reasons Chrome has not updated itself, please contact your IT support staff for further assistance.