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Ever wonder what the Chrome version is on your computer or mobile device? Wonder no more! Find out in this article what the popular Chrome versions are and how you can find out your own.
When you're using a new browser, it can be hard to tell what version you're using. Chrome has a handy tool to help. If you open chrome://help/browserversion in your browser, it will show you the version number and some information about that particular version of Chrome.
Chrome is a popular web browser available on both desktop and mobile devices. It's free, fast, and easy to use. Chrome supports multiple platforms, including Windows, MacOS, Android, and Chrome OS.
Chrome uses the same web engine as Google Chrome, which is based on the Chromium project. The web engine is open source and developed collaboratively by many developers around the world.
Chrome uses a sandbox to protect user data from malicious software and websites. The sandbox also limits the amount of information that can be accessed by the web browser.
Chrome is updated regularly with new features and bug fixes.
Are you curious about your browser version? Chrome can tell you! Just open the "About" menu and click on "Version".
Chrome Version: 62.0.3202.94
This is my final conclusion of the article, "What's My Chrome Version?". Chrome Version 62.0.3202.94 is what I used to test and research the article.