The custom Google Chrome policy is now installed in the Local Group Policy Editor.
Not only is digging around in the Windows Registry generally a bad idea because mistakes and errors can snowball into big problems quickly, but the Group Policy Editor method we’re about to walk through will stay current even if Google Chrome uses different registry keys in the future (whereas showing you specific registry keys will work today but might not work next year).
Google Update - Update Policy Toggle the policy override state to “Enabled”.
Windows 7 Pro, Enterprise, etc., Windows 8 Pro), unfortunately.
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[Tag = GODADDY] URL: dates: Registered on: 12-Nov-2014 Expiry date: 12-Nov-2016 Last updated: 29-Oct-2015 Registration status: Registered until expiry date.
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Even so, she remains hopeful that she will one day walk down the aisle.Although updating any software always runs the risk (however small) of breaking something, web browsers are a tool you want to keep as up-to-the-minute updated as possible so you can minimize the threat of zero-day exploits and security holes.In case you can’t see the picture above, the full text of this error message is “Google Chrome or Google Chrome Frame cannot be updated due to inconsistent Google Update Policy settings.Next, we’re going to fire up the Windows Group Policy Editor and install the custom Google Chrome template pack so we can successfully change the policies without touching the Windows Registry.Confirm the file is present in the Add/Remove window, as seen above, and then click the Add button.