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Can T Download Google Chrome On Mac [TOP]

For many, Google Chrome is the only web browser worth using. If you're wanting to see what all the fuss is about, you'll be happy to know that downloading and installing it on your Mac is incredibly easy and fast to do. In this guide, we walk you through the steps so that you can finally ditch Safari or Mozilla or whatever for Chrome.

Can T Download Google Chrome On Mac


Hello - I have done ALL of the items listed by Google and on the helpful websites and deleted with the and reloaded the Chrome download from the above link and still receive

I need to install Chrome Remote Desktop on my old Macbook so that I can use it while traveling. Chrome Remote Desktop requires that I first download Google Chrome. Every time I click the "download Chrome" button on the internet, it opens a new window, but the window is just black, and nothing happens. So, I can't even install it. What's stopping Chrome from downloading on this Macbook? My 2015 iMac had no problems downloading and installing Chrome and Chrome Remote Desktop.

Since you are running El Capitan it shouldn't make any difference. I'm not sure why you are having a problem but, you could always download it on the computer you aren't having a problem with and copy it to a flash drive and transfer it, or email the installer to yourself etc.

Yes. I even clicked on the link you sent. After a few seconds of trying to download, I get a black screen (see attached). I don't have any anti-virus running on this old Macbook. My iMac has "AdBlock", but downloading Chrome was effortless. Really strange, why I cannot download Chrome. My old Macbook's "About my Mac" states that it has 2 GHZ Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB Memory 667 MHZ DDR2 SDRAM, Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 9400M 256 MB. Don't know if there's something in these specs that's preventing Chrome from downloading?

Quick tip: If you have Google Chrome downloaded, it will sync your bookmarks and browsing history across all your devices. This means that if you opened a recipe on your laptop but forgot to save it before going to the grocery store, you can just open Chrome on your cell phone and it will be there in your history.

4. You'll be directed to a page that says "Thank you for downloading Chrome!" If you have the setting enabled on your current browser, the Chrome file will download automatically. Otherwise, click download Chrome manually.

7. You might be prompted with a box that says, "'Google Chrome' is an application that is downloaded from the Internet. Are you sure you want to open it?" Click Open.

4. Wait for Chrome to download and install. Once it's done, a Chrome browser window should open automatically. Be sure to sign in to your Google account so your content can start automatically syncing across devices.

3. Because the app is free, it will likely start downloading without you needing to enter your password. On some devices, you will be required to enter a password or verify your Touch ID.

This just started yesterday. I'm in Monterey. Don't know if there was an update or not, but I can't upload or download in Chrome now. Nothing happens when I hit any upload or download link - nothing. No error. No window opening. Nothing. I can drag and drop to upload. Can't download.

On this page, you'll find two parts of solutions - both simple & advanced to help you fix Google Chrome Not Downloading Files error. If your Chrome is now downloading files, pick any method here to get rid of this issue on your own:

"Why won't Google Chrome let me download files anymore? I used to download email attachments, pictures and music very easily. Since last week, it's no longer downloading any type of file from any website. What's the matter?"

After clicking the download button/icon on a web page, the request is not responding. Or, while selecting a location to preserve the download(s), the required download prompt box doesn't appear as usual. After many searches on the internet, Chrome fans said that they still don't find a confirmed solution to solve the problem.

Here we introduce multiple ways to fix Google Chrome not downloading files, including simple tips you can try first and further troubleshooting tips. Hope it works and your favorite browser is getting back to normal.

According to Google Chrome Help page about how to fix file download errors in Google Chrome, if you get an error message on Chrome when you try to download apps, themes, or other files, try to fix the most file download errors with the troubleshooting tips:

There, on the linked page, you can find more 'error messages' related to this problem in downloading files with Chrome, such as Chrome network failed, download blocked, no file, virus scan failed, disk full, insufficient permissions, system busy, needs authorization or forbidden. All those errors are responsible for Chrome not being able to download files.

Some people are not so lucky, they can't finish any download in Chrome. What's worse, they fail to download files without receiving a warning or error message indicating where the process went wrong. In this case, it's time to take some further measures. After reading numerous stories telling how people fix the downloading problems in Chrome, we summed up four effective solutions which I hope to be a permanent cure.

Step 3. Toggle the button to disable downloading-related extensions. (The extension shown in the image below is irrelevant to download managers. But you can apply the very same way to disable the extension you need to turn off.)

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This article falls into the "Chrome does odd things when downloading files" category. Every so often, I like to write articles that simply document weird problems and their solutions/workarounds. I figure that if I've encountered the issue and spent time trying to figure it out, some of you will, too. So this is for the folks who spent the last 30 or 40 minutes trying to Google an answer for why Chrome is doing odd things with their downloads and hoping for an answer.

My wife does our little firm's bookkeeping. This means that every week or so, she has to download a whole bunch of bank, credit card, and vendor statements. She files those on our Bookkeeping Share on the Synology NAS, so we have them for taxes, reporting, or any other fiducially responsible need that crops up. She has been doing this for as long as there have been online statements.

There is a little variation in the process, depending on how each site codes its download links. But it's always some variation of clicking on a link or right-clicking and selecting Save As. The PDF file downloads into whatever folder she's doing her organizational magic with.

But earlier this week, that changed. Instead of downloading the file, it opened in Preview (she's using a Mac). And instead of being able to Save As into the appropriate folder, Preview would only allow the Save function to save to the Downloads folder, and it wouldn't allow her to name the file. It basically picked an index code and used that as the file name. So for every file, she had to go into the Downloads folder, rename the PDF, and move it to where she wanted it stored.

Now, work with me here. Doesn't that look like it would solve the exact problem I was describing? Instead of opening the PDFs, just clicking that obvious little Download PDFs radio button should allow you to ... wait for it... download PDFs? Right? Yeah, not so much.

Okay, I'm nothing if not creative. If changing the Download PDFs setting didn't fix my wife's problem with downloading PDFs, perhaps it was the default application. Perhaps if I changed the default application for PDFs from Preview to Chrome, the PDFs would open properly in Chrome.

This helped...not at all. It made it worse. Now, instead of the download or Save As opening the file in Preview, it opened it in the Chrome PDF viewer. And then it opened it in the Chrome PDF viewer again so that there were two copies of the PDF open in separate Chrome tabs.

I dug through the settings. I did much Googling. I tried all sorts of stuff. And then I stumbled on a post in the Google Support forum about files opening in IE. Yes, the solution for my PDF downloads problem was hidden in a Chrome support forum post about Internet Explorer.

The post was entitled "Downloads from chrome opening in internet explorer." The original poster described a problem that really didn't look anything like the one my wife was experiencing, except Chrome was doing Odd Things.

You see where it says, "Open certain file types automatically after downloading"? I had never seen that option before. In fact, I looked on all my computers, and it's not there. You get to it by clicking Settings->Advanced->Downloads. Just for completionist's sake, I did a Google Image search, and posted screenshots of the Advanced->Downloads options that don't show "Open certain file types automatically after downloading". They only show two options: Location and Ask where to save each file.

So you and I can be forgiven for not knowing to check for that option because it's like Brigadoon. It almost never exists. But on my wife's computer, there it was. Plain as day. She was having a problem with Chrome opening PDF (a file type) automatically after downloading. The option doesn't specify which file types are "certain file types" because that would ruin the surprise.

Do I know why my wife's computer got into that weird state? No. Do I know how to return it to that state or when "Open certain file types automatically after downloading" is displayed in Chrome? No. But my wife's happy, and that's all that matters. 350c69d7ab


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