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Google Update

Updated on May 1, 2012

In this hub we would see the information about Google Updates. At the end of this hub, you could see the news updates about Google.

Update Google Chrome

You can take the information about Google Chrome updates in their support section. Whenever, Google Chrome detects the new version of web browser is available, it automatically gets updated. This ensures that Chrome is updated with the latest security updates. If the wrench icon on the browser toolbar shows a little orange dot, then the updates are available for Google Chrome. You can update your Chrome web browser by clicking that wrench icon on the browser toolbar. When you restart your Chrome Web Browser, updates would automatically get into effect.

Google Update

Google Update
Google Update

Update Google Pack

Google Pack includes some following softwares:

  1. Google Apps
  2. Google Earth
  3. Spyware Doctor with Anti-Virus
  4. Google Toolbar for IE
  5. Google Desktop
  6. Google Picasa
  7. Adobe Reader
  8. Firefox with Google Toolbar
  9. Google Talk
  10. RealPlayer
  11. Skype

Google Updater downloads and installs all the software in the Google Pack. With Google Updater you can easily install new software, choose how your pack software gets updated, launch your installed software from a central place, and uninstall software. Your Google Pack would automatically get updated. You can search for the more information about automatic updates and Google Updater preferences form this place.

Google Update Engine

Features of the Google Update Engine are given below:

  1. It can update virtually any kind of product.
  2. It can update non-bundle-based products.
  3. It can update many products at once.
  4. It has solid framework on which to build.

You can find the more information about Google Update Engine at - code.google.com/p/update-engine/.

Google Update for Enterprise

Google Update Enterprise is about applying policies to Google Update/Google Installer within the enterprise. This link would help you more about understanding Google Update for Enterprise.

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