How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

In this article I will share a tutorial on how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu.

This method of installing Google Chrome can also be applied to Ubuntu-based Linux distros. Such as Lubuntu, Linux Mint, Linux Lite and FunOS.

Google Chrome is a browser that is widely used on Android smartphones and also on Windows or Linux PCs/laptops.

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Google Chrome on FunOS

How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

Actually there are many ways to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu. Here I will share a method using the command line.

First, open the terminal then run the following command to update the package index file on the system:

sudo apt update

Second, run the following command to download the Google Chrome deb file:

wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb

Third, run the following command to install Google Chrome:

sudo apt install ./google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb

If a prompt appears, press y then Enter

Wait until Google Chrome finishes installing.

To run Google Chrome, look for it in the menu. Especially for FunOS, click Reload menu, then the Google Chrome item will appear in the menu.

Conclusion

That’s how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu. Hope it is useful.

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