If you're having problems downloading Chrome using the standard installer at http://www.google.com/chrome, try downloading the browser using an alternate installer, available through the links below.
These alternate installers don’t require network connection to install Chrome, so you can install Chrome while being offline. Once installed, Chrome will attempt to automatically update whenever it detects that a newer version of the browser is available. However, your network configuration may prevent the browser from updating properly. It's recommended that you bookmark this page and come back periodically to manually download newer versions of Chrome. That way, you can be sure to receive important security fixes and feature improvements. You can see if updates are available by visiting the [url=http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/search/label/Stable updates]Google Chrome releases blog[/url].
Choose between two alternate installers for Chrome:
- If you're downloading Chrome for your own user account only, use this installer: Alternate installer for one user account »
- If you're downloading Chrome for all user accounts on your computer, use this installer: Alternate installer for all user accounts »
After you've download the installer file you need, open the file and follow the instructions on the screen to complete your installation. For additional help, please visit the Chrome Help Center.