Google Chrome Frame supports enterprise features such as an offline (MSI) installer, control of automatic updates, and centralized management via Group Policy.
An offline installer for the current stable release of Google Chrome Frame can be downloaded from:
The version number for the current stable release is always available at:
In keeping with Google's dedication to a secure browsing experience, installations of Google Chrome Frame are automatically kept up to date with the current stable release via Google Update. Automatic updates can be disable when desired, although the decision to do so must not be taken lightly. While new major versions of Google Chrome Frame are expected roughly every six weeks, minor updates that address serious security vulnerabilities are released on an as-needed basis. As such, turning off automatic updates leaves users running vulnerable software. If, after careful consideration, you decide to disable automatic updates, it is essential that you plan to deploy updates via MSI in a timely manner. Automatic updates for Google Chrome Frame can be disabled via the "Update policy override" Group Policy setting for these Group Policy categories:
Google\Google Update\Applications\Google Chrome Frame Google\Google Update\Applications\Google Chrome Binaries
Either of the "Manual updates only" or "Updates disabled" options will disable automatic updates. See Google Update for Enterprise for more information about these Group Policy settings and Turning Off Auto Updates in Google Chrome for frequently asked questions.
If you have chosen to disable automatic updates to allow for some time to qualify new releases prior to deployment, you can generally find the next major version on the beta channel. The current beta can be installed from:
See the Chromium Common Problems and Solutions documentation for more information regarding deploying updates via MSI.