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Google Chrome.exe


I am making an application and I want to make it installable on the user's desktops using chrome URL shortcut. Therefore, is there a universal path to the chrome.exe that can launch my app on all Windows versions ( XP, Seven and vista )




Google Chrome.exe



The registry option might be the best, but the one suggested in the other answer didn't exist in my computer (Windows 10 64-bit). I think the "Uninstall" key might be more robust. If it didn't exist, users would have a hard time uninstalling Chrome. The following keys give you the install location, you'll need to append "\chrome.exe" to get the full path to the executable:


The genuine chrome.exe file is a software component of Google Chrome by Google.Chrome.exe is an executable file that runs the Google Chrome Web Browser, a free software program that displays web pages. This is not a critical Windows component and should be removed if known to cause problems.Google Chrome was initially released in 2008. Since that time, it has gone on to acquire roughly 51% of worldwide usage share for web browsers. A majority of the browser's code is open source. Google Chrome features a stable, secure, fast and simple interface. It stands out from other web browser owing to its minimalist UI.Google was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Ph.D. students at Stanford. Google has since grown into one of the biggest companies in the world, offering hundreds of services, including webmail (Gmail), cloud storage (Google Drive), office software (Google Docs) and social networking services (Google+). Alexa, which provides web traffic data, lists Google as the world's most visited website. Its popularity has led to huge media coverage, including a major critique of the company over copyright, censorship, and privacy issues. Google is headquartered in Googleplex, Mountain View, California, USA.


The .exe extension on a filename indicates an executable file. Executable files may, in some cases, harm your computer. Therefore, please read below to decide for yourself whether the chrome.exe on your computer is a Trojan that you should remove, or whether it is a file belonging to the Windows operating system or to a trusted application.


The process known as Google Chrome or Chromium or Cent Browser or Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) Client Application or SRWare Iron or Chromium Portable or crxbro or GoogleChromeAutoLaunch_036484C928D5AB61BE53D6869ED85E23belongs to software Google Chrome or Chromium or Google Chrome Canary or Adobe SVG Viewer or Cent Browser or Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) Client Application or Idle Crawler or Secure Chromiumby Google (toolbar.google.com) or The Chromium Authors or Cent Studio or Dan Deng or The jIxmRfR Authors or The Chromium Authors & Alu ªsio Augusto Silva Gon?alves or The Genesium Authors or The Fast Browser Authors.


Description: Chrome.exe is not essential for the Windows OS and causes relatively few problems. The chrome.exe file is located in a subfolder of "C:\Program Files (x86)" (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\).Known file sizes on Windows 10/11/7 are 813,896 bytes (3% of all occurrences), 1,708,016 bytes and 377 more variants. The file is not a Windows system file. It is a Verisign signed file. The file has a digital signature. The program has no visible window.Chrome.exe is able to manipulate other programs and monitor applications.Therefore the technical security rating is 23% dangerous; however you should also read the user reviews.


Important: Some malware camouflages itself as chrome.exe, particularly when located in the C:\Windows or C:\Windows\System32 folder, for example TROJ_GEN.RC1CDA6 or TROJ_SPNR.06I612 (detected by TrendMicro), and Packed.Generic.348 or Trojan.ADH (detected by Symantec). Therefore, you should check the chrome.exe process on your PC to see if it is a threat. We recommend Security Task Manager for verifying your computer's security. This was one of the Top Download Picks of The Washington Post and PC World.


Summary: Average user rating of chrome.exe: based on 69 votes with 39 user comments.31 users think chrome.exe is essential for Windows or an installed application.13 users think it's probably harmless.12 users think it's neither essential nor dangerous.3 users suspect danger.10 users think chrome.exe is dangerous and recommend removing it.6 users don't grade chrome.exe ("not sure about it").


To help you analyze the chrome.exe process on your computer, the following programs have proven to be helpful: ASecurity Task Manager displays all running Windows tasks, including embedded hidden processes, such as keyboard and browser monitoring or Autostart entries. A unique security risk rating indicates the likelihood of the process being potential spyware, malware or a Trojan. BMalwarebytes Anti-Malware detects and removes sleeping spyware, adware, Trojans, keyloggers, malware and trackers from your hard drive.


I know that each new tab on Google Chrome have its own process, but I have 14 chrome.exe processes running actually as I can see it on the Task Manager, and only two tabs are opened on Google Chrome.


The reason was I checked the option 'Always run in the background', this option can be found in settings or in your taskbar in the system icons you might have a Google Chrome icon, right click it and you will see that option. Just uncheck it and there wont be any chrome.exe in the task manager.


The old versions of Chrome before V58 are packed as 7zip self-extracting executable. Just run the executable and extract the files under any folder on your hard drive. Then launch Google chrome with chrome.exe under the extraction folder. After V59, the archived chrome old version files are official Chrome offline installers. Just uninstall any current version of Chrome first and then run the downloaded installer. It's a one-click installer without any interactive UI.


Now getting and downloading the prior versions of Google Chrome is possible. Slimjet share the old versions of Chrome, packed as 7zip self-extracting executable file. Download the one you need, run the executable and extract the files on your hard drive. Simply launch Google chrome with chrome.exe under the extraction folder. You can scroll above for different versions, available in 32- bit and 64- bit.


You can disable the autoplay policy entirely by using a command line flag: chrome.exe --autoplay-policy=no-user-gesture-required. This allows you to test your website as if user were strongly engaged with your site and playback autoplay would be always allowed.


You can also decide to make sure autoplay is never allowed by disabling MEI and whether sites with the highest overall MEI get autoplay by default for new users. Do this with flags: chrome.exe --disable-features=PreloadMediaEngagementData, MediaEngagementBypassAutoplayPolicies.


The google website will auto-detect you're operating system here GNU/Linux, if not click on other platform and select "Linux" if will give you two options an RPM and a DEB package, as you run Ubuntu, you will choose the "64 bit .deb (For Debian/Ubuntu)" package.


In Event Viewer (local), Windows logs, Application, it shows two gupdates (google updater) at an hour and 50 minutes before I logged off last night. That could indicate chrome was updated, am I right? Or should I be looking elsewhere in Event Viewer? The Event ID for those is 0, does that mean no update was actually ran or does the 0 represent something else?


This behavior is caused due to Chrome's autoplay policy that effectively blocks the media autoplays unmuted (with sound). This means that with this policy enabled videos will autoplay always muted in google chrome.


However, there remains an issue with the Citrix API hooks. Google Chrome can not launch properly and you can have to exclude the Chrome processes chrome.exe and nacl64.exe from these hooks. The Google article Run Chrome as a virtual application describes this issue in more detail. The Citrix article How to Disable Citrix API Hooks on a Per-application provides step-by-step instructions on how to disable the hooks for individual processes (applications). Be aware that from XenApp and XenDesktop version 7.9 and newer, changes to API hooks configuration must be followed by a reboot.


I found the chrome.exe installed in the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application. I believe this is the location where Chrome is installed in Windows 7 as default. I think that the chromedriver would try to find the Chrome binary there unless explicitly specified by the caller.


I suppose that Chrome Driver does NOT expect Chrome Browser installed in C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe on my Windows 7 PC. So I had to override the Chrome binary location explicity as my workaround code shows.


On Windows OS, when you set the volume, the Chrome.exe volume popup appears in the upper left corner. It allows you to pause the video and switch to the next entry in the playlist. This post from MiniTool tells you how to fix the chrome.exe volume popup.


To fix the chrome.exe volume popup, this post has shown 4 reliable solutions. If you have come across the same error, try these solutions. If you have any better ideas to fix it, you can share them in the comment zone.


Is chrome.exe a virus? The answer depends. The genuine chrome.exe file is a software component of Google Chrome that can run the Google Chrome Web Browser. However, virus creators sometimes try to trick people with legitimate files names and hide their malicious codes within these files.


I've been working on this issue for quite some time and I thought I might throw this one out here and maybe someone might be able to help me. One of our staffs is having issues with Chrome where it wouldn't launch by simply left clicking on it. Whether the Chrome icon is on the desktop or pinned on the task bar, double-left-click wouldn't work. It prompts an error saying it couldn't find the file in the path C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\Chrome.exe This file path cannot be found. So obviously I'd go to this folder and check if this file is there. In this path I found Chrome.exe. I double-click on it and it launches chrome just fine. I figured it must be a broken shortcut link so I deleted the old shortcuts on the desktop and the taskbar, then created a new shortcut of chrome.exe on the desktop and the taskbar. Then I tested it by simply double-clicking on it, and again, back to the same error; it's the same for the pinned chrome.exe on the task bar. There are ways to make the shortcuts work. One of the workarounds that I found, which is what the current user is doing, is to right-click on the shortcuts then select a new window, or incognito, and the browser would launch properly. Another way to launch the browser from the shortcuts is if I run the browser as an administrator, however, it would require an admin account. Obviously, I can't give this user an admin rights. When I logged out as the user and logged in as myself (admin), the shortcuts worked just fine. When I switched back to the other user, it continued to have the same problem. So here's what I have done so far. I've uninstalled and reinstalled multiple times on my account and on the user's account. I've removed the chrome folder in the program files after the reinstall (clean install method). After the reinstall, chrome would usually launch right away. But once I close it and double-click on the desktop shortcut, the prompt would show up again. There were some other threads that were talking about adding the user account to security of the folders. Since the user account can actually navigate to the file and double-clicks on the chrome.exe from that file and it launches, that meant that the user have full access/permission to this file. But because I want to make sure I still added the user and still having the same issue. The only difference I could find is that this path is different from other computers. In other computers, the target path is C:\Program Files (x86)\Chrome\Application\Chrome.exe. I'm not sure why this is. One of the things I may have done before was installed the MSI version or the education version of chrome. I had then uninstalled that using an uninstaller tool. Any ideas? Windows 8.1 64 bit EnterpriseChrome Version 46.0.2490.71 m-This is only happening to one user. -I only have a few windows 8.1 deployed 041b061a72


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