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Kuidas kontrollida Google Chrome'i versiooni automaatselt iseenda värskendamisel?

Kuidas kontrollida Google Chrome'i versiooni automaatselt iseenda värskendamisel?

Geoffrey Carr

Mõnikord peate teadma installitud programmi konkreetset versiooni ilma igasuguste automaatsete värskenduste või muude probleemide probleemideta. Kas on lihtne seda teha? Täna, SuperUseri Q & A postitus aitab lugejal kontrollida Google Chrome'i versiooni ilma ajakohastamise probleemideta.

Täna, see küsimuste ja vastuste seanss tuleb meile viisakalt Super-kasutaja, Stowe Exchange'i alamrubriigist, Q & A veebisaitide kogukonnapõhiseks rühmituseks.

Küsimus

SuperUseri lugeja Franck Dernoncourt soovib teada, kuidas kontrollida Google Chrome'i versiooni, ilma et see automaatselt ise värskendaks:

I know that Google Chrome’s version information can be checked by going to chrome://help. However, if Google Chrome is not up to date, it will automatically update itself without asking the user. How can I check the version of Google Chrome installed on my computer without it automatically updating itself? I use Google Chrome on Windows 7 SP1 x64 Ultimate.

Kuidas kontrollida Google Chrome'i versiooni ilma, et see automaatselt ise värskendaks?

Vastus

SuperUseri kaasautor DavidPostilil on meile vastus:

Below are some possibilities.

Type chrome://version in Google Chrome’s Address Bar

The version number will be displayed:

Check the Version Using “Programs and Features”

In the Windows Start Menu, select Control Panel, then Programs and Features. The version number will be displayed in the last column:

Turn Off Google Update, Then Type chrome://version in Google Chrome’s Address Bar

To check for updates, Google Chrome uses two system services, Google Update Service (gupdate) and Google Update Service (gupdatem). To turn off automatic updates in Google Chrome, we have to disable these Google services. You can disable these services easily from the System Configuration window by following these steps.

Keep in mind that turning off automatic updates should be done with caution. You may not receive the latest security updates if you do not automatically or manually update Google Chrome frequently.

1. Make sure that you save all open tabs in Google Chrome if you want to restore them later, then close the browser.

2. Press Windows+R to open the Run Command dialogue box.

3. Type msconfig in the box and press Enter to open the System Configuration window.

4. In the System Configuration window, select the Services Tab.

5. At the bottom, select/check the box Hide All Microsoft Services. This will hide all services related to Microsoft so that you do not disable essential services.

6. Under the Services section, search for and find Google Update Service (gupdate) and Google Update Service (gupdatem).

7. Deselect/uncheck both Google services and click Apply. Click OK to save the settings.

8. Now you will be asked whether you want to exit without a restart or if you want to restart your computer now. Choose one or the other according to your current situation.

That is all there is to it! You have successfully disabled automatic updates in Google Chrome. To check whether the settings have been applied correctly or not, open Google Chrome and click on the Chrome Menu > Help > About Google Chrome.

Google Chrome will start checking for any available updates. If you see the “An error occurred while checking for updates: Update check failed to start (error code 3: 0x800704C7 — system level).” message, then you have successfully disabled automatic updates in Google Chrome.

Note: When you open Google Chrome the next time, you might be asked to provide administrative access to enable automatic updates in Google Chrome. Simply select No every time.

Source: Disable Automatic Updates in Google Chrome [Technical Notes]


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