By using the Chrome browser, you can upgrade from the default Chrome version 2.0.
You’ll find this version on most Android devices, though it’s not yet available on Apple’s iPhone or iPad.
To get started, click the Google Chrome menu in the upper right corner.
It will show a few options, like “Change your OS version” or “Switch to Chromium.”
If you’ve never used Chrome before, you’ll see a “Settings” tab, with “Chrome” at the top.
Scroll down to the “Operating System” and “Internet Protocol Version” options, and you’ll be able to select “Chromium” as your operating system.
In addition to the version of Chrome you use, you also can configure the browser to automatically update automatically, or to change how it handles background services.
If you install Chromium, you need to first enable the automatic updates option in the Google Settings app.
This will allow Google to automatically download updates when your device boots up, and automatically install new versions of the browser.
To enable automatic updates, open Chrome and go to “Settings.”
The first tab is “Security and privacy.”
Click “Allow updates” in the “Manage updates” section.
Then, in the General section, you will see a checkmark next to the option to automatically install updates.
Now, select the option for “Change browser updates settings.”
You’ll be prompted to select which version of the Chromium browser you’d like to install.
Choose the “Chrono” version for your operating systems.
Next, select “Internet Browser Version.”
You should see a list of versions, with the most recent version appearing at the bottom.
The list will expand to show you which version is the most current.
The most recent Chromium version you select will be the one you’ll need to update to.
Once you’ve selected the version you want, click “Install updates.”
Once the update is installed, you may need to restart your device to apply it.