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I am trying to install older version of Google Chrome. I am able to install older versions on my machine, but as soon as installation processes are getting completed, it will start updating the latest version automatically. This stops me to do my work.

Can anyone suggest me how to stop this auto updating process in chrome.

Thanks, Sourabh

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I was able to find how to do within 2 minutes of looking for it –  Ramhound Jun 12 at 17:01

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in services.msc disable the google update services all of them it varies how many you have installed, without this service it can't update

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This isn't the best way to disable updates. Easier to use the group policy method. –  Ramhound Jun 12 at 17:02

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