Google Chrome Browser is a widely used and one of the most popular browser. It is fast, easy to use and secure browser built for the modern web.
You know that to install any software on Ubuntu, we have to download the software from “Ubuntu Software Store”. On Ubuntu Software Store, if you search for Google Chrome you will only get Chromium Browser. So, how to install Google Chrome Browser on Linux? For that, we have to download Google Chrome Browser from the official website for Linux (Ubuntu).
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How to Download and Install Google Chrome Browser on Ubuntu
Note:- You don’t need to use Terminal to install Google Chrome. I will show you the simplest way.
Step 1: Open the default browser. (Mostly FireFox is the default browser for L
Step 2: Search for Google Chrome and open the link from google.com/chrome
Step 3: On the official download page click on “Download Chrome“. After that, you have to select your download package. On the website, you will get two download packages.
- For Debian/Ubuntu
- For Fedora/openSUSE
Just select the Ubuntu one and click on Accept and Install. Then you will get a pop up for the download.
Step 4: After the download has been completed. It will automatically open on Ubuntu Software Store, there just click on install and it will install Google Chrome on Ubuntu.
Now to open Google Chrome browser click on all application, search for Google Chrome, open the software and used it. Hope this helped you to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu.