Google Chrome 73.0.3683.75

Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. Google Chrome also uses a brand new javascript engine (V8), which is much faster than existing javascript interpreters. This means you can create more complex and more intensive AJAX applications with fewer speed and processing constraints. Finally, Google Chrome is built on top of Blink (WebKit fork), so Google Chrome users will benefit from the CSS3 features being added to Blink (WebKit fork) as those features are released.

Thanks to Matsuda for the update.

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x86 offline installer package without auto update feature

Version?73.0.3683.75

Size?52.02 MB

SHA1?EDB5CBEF91AF66D30806F082EB5DF6BA0DC4330B

SHA256?F9FF81B613C43CB8DEDF98438065611F1D79B6134F46953A4C2FD87874445A25

Download Links

http://redirector.gvt1.com/edgedl/release2/chrome/AOn7kadX8g4a_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

https://redirector.gvt1.com/edgedl/release2/chrome/AOn7kadX8g4a_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

http://dl.google.com/release2/chrome/AOn7kadX8g4a_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

https://dl.google.com/release2/chrome/AOn7kadX8g4a_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

http://www.google.com/dl/release2/chrome/AOn7kadX8g4a_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

https://www.google.com/dl/release2/chrome/AOn7kadX8g4a_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

 


x64 offline installer package without auto update feature

Version?73.0.3683.75

Size?53.01 MB

SHA1?527CCB7262FD5885D13B8C4EE342460CE7982E35

SHA256?A9689B1AC0B19932F4F42195988B7D7C554F7C006FCB0C7DD6C0F53CCF8091DF

Download Links

http://redirector.gvt1.com/edgedl/release2/chrome/MGSyncA_l44_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

https://redirector.gvt1.com/edgedl/release2/chrome/MGSyncA_l44_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

http://dl.google.com/release2/chrome/MGSyncA_l44_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

https://dl.google.com/release2/chrome/MGSyncA_l44_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

http://www.google.com/dl/release2/chrome/MGSyncA_l44_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

https://www.google.com/dl/release2/chrome/MGSyncA_l44_73.0.3683.75/73.0.3683.75_chrome_installer.exe 

 


be careful with these links, because in these installers auto update feature is completely broken!

here are the official links with proper installer and with auto update feature working properly

for single user account
x86: https://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?standalone=1&platform=win
x64: https://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?standalone=1&platform=win64

for all users accounts
x86: https://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?system=true&standalone=1&platform=win
x64: https://www.google.com/chrome/eula.html?system=true&standalone=1&platform=win64

3 hours ago, SPECTRUM said:

be careful with these links, because in these installers auto update feature is completely broken!
?

 

 

Your jokes are very strange and suggestions outdated. Take a bit time and update Yourself.

2 hours ago, Kalju said:

 

Your jokes are very strange and suggestions outdated. Take a bit time and update Yourself.

 

what is outdated ? the links I've put are the official standalone offline installers, with auto-update feature working, while the links you have posted have the auto-update feature broken, with an error if you check "about Google Chrome" window.

37 minutes ago, SPECTRUM said:

 

what is outdated ? the links I've put are the official standalone offline installers, with auto-update feature working, while the links you have posted have the auto-update feature broken, with an error if you check "about Google Chrome" window.

Of course not broken, they have there never been and also should not be. As I already recommended try to update Your knowledge base. 
Seems like it is deeply out of date.
First of all try to get know how is Google Chrome updater made and how it works, there two different things, one is Chrome and another is updater. These are two different things. If this is understandable, then I'll recoomend to learn how Chreome updater works, suggest because this is different from all other updaters, it is even different for different chrome versions etc.
Also seems like You don't know nothing about chrome installer packages, also these links are outdated but they works because Google as made there redirects. So if You or sombody else uses such a ten year old links, they can get their offline installers, but  these are absolutely different things.
There is tens of different ways to install Google Chrome and if You really know only one, then is time to begin to read, but not to write. It's to little knowledge, to start write stories about Google Chrome.

Learn a bit and then begin teaching.

31 minutes ago, Kalju said:

Of course not broken, they have there never been and also should not be. As I already recommended try to update Your knowledge base. 
Seems like it is deeply out of date.
First of all try to get know how is Google Chrome updater made and how it works, there two different things, one is Chrome and another is updater. These are two different things. If this is understandable, then I'll recoomend to learn how Chreome updater works, suggest because this is different from all other updaters, it is even different for different chrome versions etc.
Also seems like You don't know nothing about chrome installer packages, also these links are outdated but they works because Google as made there redirects. So if You or sombody else uses such a ten year old links, they can get their offline installers, but  these are absolutely different things.
There is tens of different ways to install Google Chrome and if You really know only one, then is time to begin to read, but not to write. It's to little knowledge, to start write stories about Google Chrome.

Learn a bit and then begin teaching.

 

then you think is ok providing links of Google Chrome with auto-update feature not working an with error in "About Google Chrome" window ?

 

and btw, my links are not outdated, these are the official and current links for standalone offline download.

21 minutes ago, SPECTRUM said:

 

then you think is ok providing links of Google Chrome with auto-update feature not working an with error in "About Google Chrome" window ?

 

Absolutely OK and correct, these are Google official links from Google servers. Anyone selects what he or she wants. Google autoupdater is not mandatory, also .exe installers are not mandatory, many people likes just the .msi installers insted of exe installers etc.
And such a things like You said "one user accounts" and "all user accounts" doesn't exist at all. Everything depends what settings any user selects. Everybody knows, if one computer is used by several persons, isn't needed install the same program for everyone but only one is enough for all users and any user have his/her own user profile or if needed more then one.
So, once again - these are an official Google Chrome offline installer packages without auto updater. Did You understand now? If You don't want them, use what You want and don't set up any kind of weird rules which links are allowed and which ones not allowed, if they are an OFFICIAL PRODUCER LINKS, coming from producer server. 

That's all. I'll go to sleep now.  Good night!

:snack:

Still using a lot of memory.

That's not going to change. Firefox is starting to get there too, as they gradually catch up on all the multi-process stuff that Google pioneered.