Downloading Google Chrome offline installer helps you when the inbuilt module cannot update the browser to the latest version, 89.0.4389.114, on a Windows 32-bit or 64-bit PC. Chrome usually checks for updates automatically from time to time. Sometimes, the About section displays “update failed: error 3, 4, 7, etc.” while downloading new versions. It happens when Chrome files are damaged or if something blocks the updater module from accessing the Internet. There are a few solutions to fix Chrome’s update issues on a Windows PC, but getting a full Chrome installer is the most comfortable option for novice users.
Google Chrome web browser offline installer 
When you open the Google Chrome browser portal here, the site recognizes your system configuration and offers a download link as per the profile. If you are on Windows, the download is a stub installer, which connects to the internet to download the Chrome 64-bit/ 32-bit version. Several other web browsers using the Chrome engine, such as Brave browser, also provide a similar experience. The online installation often enables automatic updates so that the upcoming versions are quickly downloaded.
However, Chrome’s online update fails for some users. We recommend you download Chrome offline installer to get the latest product and security features if you are one of them. The main advantage of the standalone Chrome update is that it lets you install the browser on as many PCs or Laptops as you like, without new downloads. Are you wondering where to get the Chrome browser’s complete installer packages? Check the links below.
Download Chrome offline update installer 89.0.4389.114 (32-bit/64-bit) for Windows PC
Check this page for all new changes (for developers) in Google Chrome 89. You may also find the proposed features in the upcoming version 90, releasing on April 13, 2021. Google Chrome offline installer comes in different packages; choose one depending on your system and requirements.
- Download Chrome 64-bit or 32-bit offline update for Windows PC. Alternate link to Chrome standalone installer [Click here]
- Google Chrome 89 portable offline installer: If you want to open and use Google Chrome without installing, download Chrome Portable ZIP installer (archive).
- Google Chrome web browser MSI: Click here. Although it is mainly network admins, regular users may also try Chrome’s MSI installer as it is also suitable for offline updates. One may use this version to manage Chrome upgrades through a network, using Google’s Group policy templates.
Finally, if you are an enterprise or cloud user, click here to the official page where you could find the link to download Chrome’s complete installer package in ZIP format for Windows and Mac computers. This package contains a Chrome MSI installer, many ADM/ADMX templates, and resources for managing and updating the Chrome browser on all the systems under your control.
How to install and update Chrome to the latest version
If you install the Chrome web browser on your PC for the first time, go to the Windows Settings and check whether it is 32-bit or 64-bit and download an offline installer accordingly. When it is ready, double-click on the Chrome’s installer file, and go with the on-screen instructions.
The usual way to update Chrome on a Windows PC/Laptop is to open Help settings and take the “About Google Chrome” option from the menu. The Chrome will update automatically to the newest version, 89.0.4389.114, if there isn’t any issue with the updater. However, if you get errors like 3, 4, 7, etc., understand it is a problem with the online update. In this case, download the full Chrome installer from the above link to replace and fix the existing installation. You can also check our video on how to fix the common Google Chrome update errors.
Old version of Google Chrome standalone installer (v.49) for Windows XP/Vista
New Chrome browser releases are incompatible with Windows XP, Vista, and a few macOS versions before Mountain Lion. Still, Chrome is the best web browser for these platforms, as it can render many of the new and SSL-enabled websites and web apps. If you are an old version of Windows, download Chrome 49 offline installer for your old PC (32-bit & 64-bit), here. The Google Chrome 49.0.2623.112 is the last version of the browser suitable for Windows XP SP3 and other older versions of Windows.
Download Google Chrome 89 Beta, Dev & Canary 90 full offline installers
It is good to follow the feature changes in the Google Chrome web browser if you are a designer or developer. As the Chromium engine is the heart of most web browsers, understanding it helps you update your sites and web applications to meet future requirements. For instance, check out the following screenshot, which tells how Google will flag files served from unsecured URLs in some Chrome versions. Chrome is currently blocking mixed content (non-SSL) downloads from SSL-enabled sites from January 2021, since version 88.
Download and test with an appropriate Chrome Beta, Dev, or Canary build if you think an upcoming Chrome update would break your site. In this way, you can fix the issues much before the official launch
Google Chrome 90 (beta) is the upcoming version of the browser, now in the frontline of the development channel. The Chrome 90 & 91 download links given below are offline installers for Windows and macOS. You get a file based on the system from which you access the URL.
Chrome 90.0.4430.41 (Beta) offline installer: Click here.
Chrome 91.0.4455.2 (Dev) offline installer: Click here,
Chrome 91.0.4464.2 (Canary) offline installer Click here.
Download the Dev version if you want to test the upcoming Chrome browser features without worrying much about the bugs. Chrome Canary may have some features that might take at least 3-4 months to come to the stable version.