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Google Chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google. It was first released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows, and was later ported to Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android. The browser is also the main component of Chrome OS, where it serves as the platform for web apps. more…


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Silent Install

msiexec /i setup.msi /qn


chocolatey: choco install googlechrome -y


Install Location

C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\VERSION


Silent Uninstall

msiexec /x{GUID} /qn /norestart


“C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\VERSION\Installer\setup.exe” –uninstall –multi-install –chrome –system-level –force-uninstall


chocolatey: choco uninstall googlechrome -y






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Chrome Features

Chrome Platform Status

Stable Channel Update for Desktop

Chrome Scrubber


Command Line Switches

–ash-force-desktop Forces uses of the desktop version of Chrome
–disable-3d-apis Disables 3D Apis, including WebGL and Pepper 3D
–disable-accelerated-video Disables GPU accelerated video
–disable-background-mode Background apps won’t continue to run when Chrome exits.
–disable-gpu Disables hardware acceleration using the GPU
–disable-plugins Prevents all plugins from running
–disable-plugins-discovery Disables the discovery of missing plugins
–disable-preconnect Disables speculative TCP/IP preconnections
–disable-translate Disables the Google Translate feature
–dns-prefetch-disable Disable DNS prefetching
–enable-kiosk-mode Kiosk Mode for Chrome OS
 –incognito Launches Chrome directly in Incognito private browsing mode
–media-cache-size Disk space used by media cache in bytes
–multi-profiles Enable multiple profiles in Chrome
–new-profile-management Enable the new profile management in Chrome
–no-experiments Run Chrome without experiments set in chrome://flags
–no-pings No hyperlink auditing pings
–no-referrers Use Chrome without sending referrers
–purge-memory-button Add purge memory button to Chrome
–reset-variation-state Change the field trials that the browser is currently signed up for
–restore-last-session Restore the last session on run
–ssl-version-min Specify the minimum SSL version accepted
–start-maximized Starts the Chrome window maximized.
–window-position Specify the initial window position using –window-position=x,y
–window-size Specify the initial window size using –window-size=x,y