The Google Chrome operating system has been available on Microsoft’s Windows platform since Windows 8.1, but the platform is only now getting an upgrade to Windows 10.
Today, Microsoft announced that Chrome is now available on Windows 8 and Windows 10, and it will be available for $19.99.
That’s less than half the cost of Windows 10’s base price of $119.99 (the OS’ full price is $149.99).
In addition, Windows 10 has a few additional security features, including “privacy-minded” settings, so it’s worth getting the latest version of Chrome on your PC, especially if you plan to use it in conjunction with a Windows 10-compatible device.
Chrome is a lightweight browser that’s designed to work with HTML and CSS, and if you’re interested in installing Chrome on a PC, the instructions are below.
To install Chrome, open the Chrome Web Store.
Select Install Now.
Follow the onscreen instructions to download the latest stable release.
If you don’t see the update when you try to install it, try again later.
You can also use the Chrome update tool to install Chrome in the background.
Follow these instructions to get started: 1.
Go to Settings > Security > Privacy and Security.
Go back to Settings and click on the “Show advanced settings” button.
Click on the Advanced settings button and then click on “Update.”
After the update is complete, Chrome should automatically install.
The update should take a few minutes to install, but if you are seeing a delay, you might need to restart your PC.
It will appear in your Start menu as a “Chrome Update.”
Once the update has finished installing, Chrome will update automatically and display a notice that it’s now available.
If everything went well, the Chrome web browser should now appear in the Start menu.
If it didn’t update properly, just click the Chrome menu item in the Windows Start menu and it should open up the update page.