Can you downgrade Chrome?

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  1. Posts : 450
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    Can you downgrade Chrome?


    This last Chrome update is cauing a lot of issues for me is it possible to go back to the earier version and turn off auto updates for Chrome?
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  3. Posts : 450
    Windows 11 Pro version22H2 ( OS Build 22621.2861 )
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    Thanks but I didn't understand a thing on the dowgrade page.. I guess they make it hard so nobody downgrades.........lol


    Not to sound any dumber than I already do but has anyone made a youtube video how to downgrade?
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  4. Posts : 42,890
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    Suggest you search - or maybe ask in the Google Chrome community.

    And have you tried searching Youtube?

    More on updates:
    How to Stop Automatic Google Chrome Updates on Windows

    Turning Off Auto Updates in Google Chrome

    There isn't an easy simple Settings option apparently.
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  5. Posts : 450
    Windows 11 Pro version22H2 ( OS Build 22621.2861 )
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    Thanks I will do that...
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  6. Posts : 42,890
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    Other options:
    - completely uninstall it, install an older version and block updates.

    - use a recent System Restore point
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    Windows 11 Pro version22H2 ( OS Build 22621.2861 )
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    dalchina said:
    Other options:
    - completely uninstall it, install an older version and block updates.

    - use a recent System Restore point
    I don't want to use a restore point casue it affects everything.. I would uninstall it and get a older version like last version and set to not update.. Just don't know a realiable place to get the last version
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  8. Posts : 42,890
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    Thank you fror your reply.

    I don't want to use a restore point casue it affects everything.
    To be more exact- it tells you what will be affected- that varies per restore point.
    If you have a recent one, and the update was recent, you might be lucky and find nothing else is listed.

    Depends what updates have been done. Store updates don't matter- they would just get redone.

    Just don't know a realiable place to get the last version
    I believe that was covered in a link I posted at the start.
    Otherwise use e.g. Google and look for a valid site.
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  9. Posts : 450
    Windows 11 Pro version22H2 ( OS Build 22621.2861 )
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    dalchina said:
    Thank you fror your reply.



    To be more exact- it tells you what will be affected- that varies per restore point.
    If you have a recent one, and the update was recent, you might be lucky and find nothing else is listed.

    Depends what updates have been done. Store updates don't matter- they would just get redone.


    I believe that was covered in a link I posted at the start.
    Otherwise use e.g. Google and look for a valid site.
    I don't have a restore point and I am about to build a new system so installing an older version of Chrome and disable auto update would be perfect for me. I've googled for prior versions and wasn't able to find a site I felt comfortable with.

    As far as the link you sent me to be honest it was all greek to me. I still plan on googling for a video that shows how to do it.

    Thanks for your help

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    Ghot said:
    What version of Chrome are you looking for?
    prior to this one

    Chrome is up to date
    Version 113.0.5672.93 (Official Build) (64-bit)
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    Eaglepi said:
    I don't have a restore point and I am about to build a new system so installing an older version of Chrome and disable auto update would be perfect for me. I've googled for prior versions and wasn't able to find a site I felt comfortable with.

    As far as the link you sent me to be honest it was all greek to me. I still plan on googling for a video that shows how to do it.

    Thanks for your help

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    prior to this one

    Chrome is up to date
    Version 113.0.5672.93 (Official Build) (64-bit)



    I just looked.... it seems Chrome doesn't want to allow downloads of previous versions.
    All the previous version websites I'm familiar with, don't pop up in the search results.
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