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install chrome from powershell
(new-object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadFile('http://dl.google.com/chrome/install/375.126/chrome_installer.exe', 'c:/temp/chrome.exe');. c:/temp/chrome.exe /silent /install;rm c:/temp -rec
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giuscri commented Feb 21, 2022

❤️ @nicolaigj

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eesheesh commented Mar 10, 2022

Thanks @kyungjaepark! I've put this in a dedicated website, to make it easy for folks to quickly install Chrome/Firefox on a new machine, without having to type in the command: https://insta.llc (works with http://insta.llc without redirects as well, for folks installing versions of Windows that complain about HTTPS).

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shleeable commented Jul 27, 2022

$uri = "https://dl.google.com/chrome/install/latest/chrome_installer.exe";
$path = "$PSScriptRoot\ChromeSetup.exe";
Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $uri -OutFile $path;
Start-Process $path /install -NoNewWindow -Wait; 
Remove-Item $path;

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ahashem87a commented Aug 4, 2022

Thanks @kyungjaepark! I've put this in a dedicated website, to make it easy for folks to quickly install Chrome/Firefox on a new machine, without having to type in the command: https://insta.llc (works with http://insta.llc without redirects as well, for folks installing versions of Windows that complain about HTTPS).

This is amazing work, thank you so much! If I could only find something similar for Adobe Reader my life would be complete.

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