With over 65% desktop browser market share, Google Chrome is the undisputed king when it comes to web browsers for computers. The Chrome web browser, which was launched over a decade ago, is the most preferred web browser by computer and smartphone users.
Google’s browser is the benchmark when it comes to page loading speed. While modern browsers like Microsoft Edge and Firefox Quantum also load webpages quite faster, it’s the Chrome browser known for page loading speed.
A huge collection of extensions is another reason why PC users prefer this browser over other web browsers.
The web browser from Google has plenty of options to customize the user interface, and there are also options to import and export data such as bookmarks.
If you have recently installed Windows 10 on your PC, you might want to know how to download and install the latest version of Chrome on your Windows 10 PC.
What’s the latest version of Google Chrome?
As of April 2020, version 80 is currently the latest stable version. This version (v80) was released on February 4th. Google has not released major updates after that.
Download and install Google Chrome on Windows 10
Step 1: Visit this page of official Google Chrome and click the Download Chrome button.
Step 2: Clicking the Download Chrome button will take you to the license terms page where you need to click the Accept and Install button to download the web setup file.
If you are concerned about the automatic data collection, uncheck Help us to make Google Chrome better by automatically sending usage statistics and crash reports to Google option before clicking the Accept and Install button.
If you are on Firefox, you will need to click the Save button to save the web setup file on your PC.
Step 3: Run the web setup on your Windows 10 PC where you would like to get the browser installed.
After the installation, you will see the following screen with instructions on how to set Chrome as the default browser. You can also refer to our how to set Chrome as the default web browser in Windows 10 guide for step-by-step directions.
You might also like to read our how to export or backup Google Chrome passwords guide.