Even with the HTML5 set as default in Chrome 55, many users still prefer the Flash Player.
They’re likely to continue to do so until website owners, ad creators, and everyone who uses Flash starts using HTML5.
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On Desktop On i Phone On Android Community Q&A This wiki How teaches you how to update the Google Chrome browser on your computer and mobile devices.
While Google Chrome updates typically install themselves, you can manually trigger an update on a mobile device by using your mobile device's app store, or on a computer by visiting the "About Google Chrome" page.
In some cases, however, you would only see Adobe Flash Player instead of any other name.
To prevent Windows machines from updating to versions of Chrome beyond the number you specify, use the Target Version Prefix policy.
For example, you can pin the Chrome version if a later version causes compatibility issues with tools in your domain. If you forget to unpin your users’ machines, they can fall behind on critical security updates and miss out on new features in Chrome.
The browser saves your opened tabs and windows and reopens them automatically when it restarts.
If you'd prefer not to restart right away, click Not now.