Updating a browser
Your Chromebook automatically checks for updates, but you can also check for and install updates manually.Your Chromebook automatically downloads software updates when it's turned on and connected to Wi-Fi.When your Chromebook checks for updates, it sends certain information to Google, like its version number and language.
Now, Puffin Browser supports download-to-cloud for files up to 1G.
, which checks your computer and determines if there are any updates available for you to download and install.
Puffin Browser's compression technology will give you speeds far greater than built-in browsers, even on slow mobile networks. All traffic from Puffin app to Puffin server are encrypted.
It’s safe to use public non-secure Wi Fi through Puffin, but not safe at all for most browsers.
Note: Downloading Chrome Beta will replace your usual version of Chrome.
By default, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome are automatically updated with the latest patches and security fixes.Check for an update and see the current browser version on your computer Most of the time, when you see changes in Chrome, those changes have been tested out in an early version of Chrome called Chrome Beta.If you want to get a preview of what's coming down the line in the future, check out the Chrome Blog or download the beta version of Chrome and let us know how well it works for you.No virus can affect your mobile device through Puffin.Love to download stuffs but hate rising bills on your data plan?An exclusive session is reserved for each connected Puffin client.