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7/1/11
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Google user

How do I know what version of Google Chrome I have installed/am using?

How can I tell what version of the Google Chrome browser I am currently using/have installed? Please help, I think this could help with some other problems I am having.
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Malacath
7/1/11
Malacath
There are two ways

1. Type about:version in the address bar. This also gives other information like flash version as well.

2. Click the Wrench then click About google chrome
7/1/11
Original Poster
Google user
Thank You Thank You Thank You! I truly appreciate it! But, how do I know like is it version 1,2,3, etc.? Or is it just the whole long number?
Meg H.
9/19/15
Meg H.
Hi everyone,

Thank you to Malacath for providing two ways to figure out what version of Chrome you are using!

Just a recap to answer the following question: What version of Chrome do I have?

Here are two ways to Check Chrome Version and find the version of chrome you are using:

1.) You confirm that you are running the latest version of Chrome by typing in chrome://version in your address bar? Please check if there is an available update for you here.

2.) Click this icon ≡ in the upper right hand corner of your browser and then click "About Google Chrome."

As you can see, there are several ways to find out what version of Chrome you have. Hope this was helpful.

Best,
Meg
 
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