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I want the older version because it do not keep crashing my system. I can't even use Chrome now unless I go to an older version on my XP PC or use the Admin login with an older version on Chrome on my win7 pc. Right now I am using Opera to see this page. When I try to use Chrome it either Freeze my PC, Crash it or reboot it.

How can I get any work done if I can't use the program. I have been to many websites and it looks like a lot of people have the same problem and some have been having them for a very long time. When do you plan on fixing this problem? NaughtyNimitz 8/1/2013, 23:52 น. Go here to download the previous Chrome version 23.0.1271.97 If you don't want Chrome to automatically update to the newer version 24 that is causing all these issues DO NOT update your profile. You can still sign in to your old account without issue.

Question/Problem: How do I downgrade to an older version of Chrome? Product: MOVEit DMZ Version: DMZ - All; Chrome - version 45+ Platform: All. In case of Chrome, though Google doesn't provide you with any Source) to download older versions of Google Chrome, but if you are really comfortable with those you. 639 rows  Google Chrome Description. Google Chrome is the lightweight, fast, secure, free web browser from Google with a whole host of features such as the incognito browsing feature so tha. While older versions of Chrome can be found all over, one of the easiest, most secure ways of procuring a copy is on the site Oldapps.com, which has all earlier versions of Chrome. Once you find your preferred version, click to download the “.exe” file, and follow the prompts to install it.

You will just get an initial box saying your profile only works in a newer version of Chrome and then goes away. I have been doing this for 3 days without any issues and it hasn't updated to the new version yet. This way you can use Chrome until they fix version 24. (ไม่รู้จัก) 27/3/2013, 23:31 น.

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• The first stable release in Windows, macOS and Linux was Google Chrome 5.0.375. The first stable release on Android was Chrome 18.0.1025123 (Chrome for Android). • Old development and beta builds are not shown after they become stable releases. • As of Chrome 26, Linux installations of the browser may be updated only on systems that support GCC v4.6 and GTK v2.24 or later. Thus systems such as Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 LTS, Debian 6's 2.20, and RHEL 6's 2.18 are now among those marked as deprecated.

• As of Chrome 59, Linux Chrome defaults to GTK+3. Older versions of Linux, e.g. RHEL 6 or CentOS 6, with only GTK+2 support, are not able to run this version of Chrome. Red Hat's GTK+2 build of Firefox ESR is probably the last remaining regularly updated browser on RHEL 6/CentOS 6. • Versions 6–32 had counterparts, until its development was discontinued.

[ ] • As of version 50, macOS 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, Windows XP and Vista are no longer supported. • Standalone builds can be found on Google's. References [ ].

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