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I can see that under C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application there is a folder for the previous version of Chrome there. I'm doing some testing and would like to revert back to that version. I tried removing the folder for the newest version and launching Chrome which crashes. How can I tell Chrome to use that old version?

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I don't think it is possible to just tell chrome to use a different version.

You could try to download tge version you want from this link: http://www.oldversion.com/windows/google-chrome/

Or portable versions so you will not have to uninstall the current version and keep as many versions as you want in your pc: https://google-chrome-portable.en.uptodown.com/old

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You'll have to install an old version of Chrome which can be found on Old Version, and then turn off the auto-update feature BEFORE opening Chrome.

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Just turn off the auto update feature in Chrome, uninstall it and then install the older version. But you would need the 33 or older installer.

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