How to download Google Chrome offline installation package from the official website

Google Chrome is already the default browser for many people, but for “you know what” reasons, the online installation has been largely unsuccessful, and its own automatic updates are mostly still being loaded, so we go to some download stations to download the package, but I’ve been told many times that the ones that come back are usually 32-bit.

Since I’m using a 64-bit version of Windows 7, and I’m sure many of you will feel the same way, the 64-bit OS seems to work more smoothly together than the 32-bit OS, so we’re looking for the latest version of Google Chrome offline installer for 64-bit.

1, open the Chrome browser home page:
2, the url address bar is this:
3, at the end of the website add:?standalone=1& Platform = Win64. Click the enter button to open the 64-bit download page. Click the “Download Chrome” button to get the Google Chrome 64-bit offline installation package
Explain the added parameters,?Standalone =1 refers to the offline installation package and Platform =win64 refers to the 64-bit version of Windows.
What if you just add “?Standalone =1. It is a standalone class that can be used to download the 32-bit Chrome offline package. Replace “Win” with “MAC” and you can download the MAC version.

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