Google Chrome Full Standalone Offline Installer Links

Chrome offline installers

Below you’ll find links for the 32-bit and 64-bit standalone offline installers for Google Chrome latest stable version.

Google Chrome 32-bit (x86):

32-bit Google Chrome Offline Installer (Single user account, 40MB)

32-bit Google Chrome Offline Installer (All user accounts, 40MB)

Google Chrome 64-bit (x64):

64-bit Google Chrome Offline Installer (Single user account, 46MB)

64-bit Google Chrome Offline Installer (All user accounts, 46MB)

How to install Chrome offline?

  1. Download the alternate Chrome installer (links above) on a computer connected to the internet.
  2. Copy the file to the computer where you want to install Chrome.
  3. Install the file by following the onscreen instructions.

How to start Chrome in offline mode

To enable the built-in offline mode in Chrome, type chrome / flags / # show-saved-copy in the address bar and press Enter. This takes you directly to the command you enable, which makes it even easier to manipulate the settings.

What is an offline installer?

An offline installer allows a program such as Chrome to be downloaded to your computer when an internet connection is available, and then installed later when an Internet connection is no longer available. It is not necessary for you to be connected to the Internet to complete the installation. 

What is ChromeStandaloneSetup64.exe?

What is ChromeStandaloneSetup64.exe? ChromeStandaloneSetup64.exe is part of GoogleUpdateSetup and developed by Google LLC according to the ChromeStandaloneSetup64.exe file information.

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