I use Google Chrome on a Windows 7 tablet with limited SSD space, which fills up quickly.
One irritating cause of lost disk space that I've established is, Google Chrome not only auto-updates frequently, it keeps all (or at least, 7 or 8 of) its previous versions in
C:\Users\[me]\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application. Each version is a folder named by the Chrome version number. It doesn't take long for these to add up to gigabytes of lost disk space.
How can I force Chrome to not keep older versions, or, limit it to keeping just one or two? Is there any way to clear or purge old version of Chrome other than remembering to do irritating manual cleanups?
I would like to keep the auto-update on - I just want it to stop slowly eating my SSD.