current version plugin Google Update Plugin
Google Update plugin is available for Windows to keep your Google applications most up-to-date, stable, and secure. Users can not install this plugin manually, this comes bundled with Google products like chrome, earth etc. When users remove this plugin, it appear again if any Google program is installed or updated.
This plugin is open source component of Google products like Chrome and Earth. You may not notice any window or notification when Google Update is running but may find the process GoogleUpdate.exe in Task Manager. Open source project for this plug is named Ohama.
Google Updater gets installed with Google Pack or Google Earth. It opens an interface to easily manage Google apps that are part of Google Pack and Google Earth. It also includes a service that monitors your Google apps and updates them whenever a new version is available. It shows in the Task Manager as process GoogleUpdater.exe.
current version plugin Google Update Plugin can be checked in the browser menu where add-on or plugin info is published. For example, in Firefox, go to Menu > Add-ons > Plugins
to know the current version of Google Update.
Install / Upgrade info:
If you uninstall Google Update accidentally, you will have to update your Google applications manually. Google Update will get installed again if you install a Google application on your PC. Google Update does not come as a separate download or upgrade. It is upgraded by Google automatically.
If you remove Google Update processes from your computer, you may find that your Google programs no long function properly and, in many cases, you may see Google Update return automatically.
To fully remove the current version plugin Google Update, uninstall all Google applications from your computer. Wait for an hour after you uninstall Google programs, Google Update should be uninstalled automatically. in the article below you will find a tutorial about How To Uninstall Google Update Plugin.