If you remember to click on the wrench icon at the far right of Chrome and then click on "about Google Chrome" it forces an update check and if one is available, it downloads and installs. I leave the updater to run at startup but if you do the check I outlined, it's not completely necessary. It's up to you really, it doesn't use many resources and only runs once then shuts down.
How about that? I just clicked on about and got a new version. It's now at 11.0.696.71.
« Last Edit: May 26, 2011, 12:37:21 AM by Dch48 »
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