Google Chrome 5.0 telah di rilis beberapa waktu yang lalu. Google Chrome 5.0 tersedia untuk beragam operating system termasuk Windows, Linux dan Mac OS X. Bagi anda yang tertarik dengan Google Chrome 5.0 Portable, anda dapat download portable edition dari Google Chrome dari link berikut di bawah ini.
I want to run google-chrome in Kali Linux. But I am facing some problem.(otherwise why would I be asking a question :D )
I have installed google chrome by following the steps mentioned here. It is successfully installed with chrome being displayed on
Application -> Internet -> Google Chrome
To run google chrome I followed Part 3 of the same series.
I read that the "Ok Google" Hands-Free-Hotword for Chrome is currently only available for US Chrome Users (I'm from Austria). I know that a plugin exists but I either need a valid *.crx Version of it or the native Version inside Chrome for what I want to do. Any ideas?
google-chrome-stable was updated to 20.0.1132.43 and it simply doesn't start.
It's not a corrupt package because I downgraded to the previous version (19.xxx), it worked fine again, then I deleted the package in cache and today I upgraded it again with a fresh download.
If I run gdb, it gives:
$ gdb google-chrome
GNU gdb (GDB) Fedora (188.8.131.5220120-42.fc17)
Google made a change to the Chrome Web Store that makes it a little easier for users of the Chrome browser to install apps from the Web Store. Up until now, installation of apps required a Google account, even free apps. For users who only occasionally use the Chrome browser and don’t make use of other Google services, this could be a hurdle to just testing something out.
I use Google Chrome 36.0.1985.143 m x86 on Windows 8.1 Pro, August Update (Update 2).
I noticed that Chrome always notifies me that I should restart my browser because of a browser update.
I do that, but after that the message doesn't disappeared from chrome://chrome/
(But the update was successful.)
This phenomenon occurred earlier too.
I uninstalled Google Chrome and these folders: