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6/18/09
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Rory Gordon

Where can I download older versions of Chrome?

Doing an exhaustive browser and OS test suite for new web service. Need to make sure html/javascript/graphic elements are compliant across as many browsers as possible and would like to be backwards compatible with both Chrome 1.x (last release of 1) and 2.x (last release of 2). Where can I download the install exe's?
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Dejan1024
6/18/09
Dejan1024
The current stable version of Chrome is 2.0.172.31, which can be downloaded at http://www.google.com/chrome
All users with version 1.0 are automatically updated to 2.0, so there is no need to test 1.0

Anyway, if you really want to test older versions, they are available at filehippo. (link in the reference)
Note that, once you install any old version, it will probably update automatically to 2.0 shortly after installing. But you will probably get the chance to test your service before it happens.

txt523
10/27/09
txt523
You can get some older versions here: http://www.oldapps.com/google_chrome.php
Google user
3/19/10
Google user
Is there a way to re-install and keep the data...if Dev version is too slow how to revert to older version that is the big question?
resxwni01
12/2/10
resxwni01
You can get older chrome versions here: http://www.oldapps.com/google_chrome.php I have d/l them and they do work just disable the updates if you want to keep them!
Sie_Deen
9/9/11
Sie_Deen
Hi folks,

We advise that you always update your Chrome version as they will contain updates, security fixes and new features for you to enjoy.  Additionally, Chrome will automatically update when it detects that a new version is available.  Ref[1] below contains more details about how to check for an update.

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Kara Silor
4/30/13
Kara Silor
Sie_Deen@ Advertsing to update all the time may be good commercial or such but it's no use if some updates don't work and because tons of problems.. like just now my sound broke, thanks for that btw..
 
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