How can I make sure my browser is up to date?

Chrome

 Pull up settings

  • Select the three vertical bars in the top right corner. This will launch a menu of options. From there go to Help > About Google Chrome, or 

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  • Simply type: chrome://help/ into your address bar

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Update Google Chrome

This will launch Chrome's settings and you'll be able to see what version of Chrome you're using and update it if needed.

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Browser says it's up to date but it isn't

Sometimes browsers get buggy and stuck on an old version. If this happens:

  • Quit, then restart Chrome and check again.
  • Reboot your computer. It may help prompt Chrome to update on its own.
  • Visit Chrome's website here to download the most recent version. 

 

Firefox

Update Firefox

  • On the menu bar click the Firefox menu and select About Firefox.

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  • The ABOUT FIREFOX window will open and Firefox will begin checking for updates and downloading them automatically. When the updates are ready to be installed, click Restart Firefox to update.

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Firefox is up to date

 

Browser says it's up to date but it isn't

Sometimes browsers get buggy and stuck on an old version. If this happens:

  • Quit, then restart Firefox and check again. 
  • Reboot your computer. It may help prompt Firefox to update on its own.
  • Visit Firefox's website here to download the most recent version. 

 

 

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