The modern day browsers are developed in such a way that before the release of a stable version, some beta versions and release candidate versions will be released first. This is because, it would make easier for the developers to try and implement new features in the beta versions rather than in the stable version.
The developers will release the beta versions for users to try the new features incorporated in it and based on the users’ feedback and performance of the various features, they can make a decision whether they should be incorporated into the final version of the browser or not.
There will be plenty of beta versions released and made available for users to try out the new features incorporated with it. So, here in this article, I will guide you on how to keep automatically updated with the latest version of the Google Chrome browser within your browser itself.
1) Click on the Tools (Wrench) icon that you see at the top right hand corner of your browser window and then click on About Google Chrome.
2) Once you click on the About Google Chrome entry, a window will be revealed on your screens displaying the current version of the browser installed in your system.
3) If the current version of the browser (displayed in the above window) that is installed in your PC doesn’t happen to be the latest version of the browser, then the browser automatically updates to latest version by installing the latest version that is available (the latest version can either be a Beta version or a full version of the browser). you can see a small progress loader at the bottom of the window that says Installing new version.
4) Once the installation is finished, you will be having the latest version of Google Chrome browser with you.
NOTE: - in Beta versions of the browser, some features that are incorporated might make your browser unstable and it may also happen that your browser gets crashed sometimes. So, use the beta versions at your own peril.