Today the most used browser has become Google Chrome, which is being used on all operating systems. There are many reasons for using it so much. Like its fastest running browser on internet, very easy to use, supports all modern website user interface and it is very secure for online transactions. Learn How to Install Chrome for Ubuntu Step by step on this article.
In this article we are going to tell you how you can install Google Chrome browser on Ubuntu operating system. The best way to install on Ubuntu is with Terminal Command. Therefore, we will give you detailed information related to its installation below.
Installing Google Chrome on Ubuntu using Terminal Command
1. Downloading Google Chrome for Ubuntu
- First of all you have to open Terminal Command on your Ubuntu. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Alt + T to open it.
- Now you have to copy and paste below link inside the terminal command and press the enter key.
- Link: $ wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
2. Installing Google Chrome
- For Installing packages on Ubuntu requires administrative privileges. Running the following command as a user with sudo privileges to install Chrome .deb package on your system.
- Link: $ sudo apt install ./google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
- When prompted, enter your user password, and the installation will start.
- At this point, you have Chrome installed on your Ubuntu system
3. Run Chrome Browser on your PC
Now you have Google chrome installed on your ubuntu and to open it, you can go to the menu and open it by typing Chrome. As soon as you open Google Chrome for the first time, it will ask you to make Chrome Browser your computer’s default browser. And will ask to send some statistic and report. You choose all these options according to you and after selecting all this, it will give you the default page of the browser which will ask you to login. If you want, you can login with your google account or you can use it like this.