If you don’t know what Chrome Canary is, Chrome Canary has the most latest features of Chrome and has highest version number in a given time. Google releases Chrome in four different versions: Stable, Beta, Dev and Canary. Dev and Canary versions are updated regularly (canary is updated every night) and meant for developers and early adopters as they have bugs and experimental features.

Logo of Chrome Canary

However, when you try to download Chrome Canary off google.com/chrome/browser/canary.html, or any other Chrome version from official website, it gives you a little 800KB of EXE file. It’s actually an installer file that downloads the original Chrome from internet. Thus these kinds of installers require internet connection to install.

An offline standalone setup will let you install Chrome Canary without internet connection. It’s even helpful if you have slow connection or no internet. Here’s are direct links to download latest version of Chrome Canary build.

Download Links Chrome Canary Stand-alone Installer

https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/canary.html?platform=win&standalone=1 (32-Bit)

https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/canary.html?platform=win64&standalone=1 (64-bit)

If you are running a 64-Bit version of Windows, choose the 64-Bit one. If you are not sure, choose 32-Bit which works on both platforms. You can also right-click on Computer icon and choose Properties to see which version of Windows you are running.

For regular, beta or dev standalone installers of Chrome, checkout this link.

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