Google Chrome install on Ubuntu
Go to https://www.google.com/intl/en-US/chrome/browser/
Click Download and a little window will fly up with some download options.
We need the “.deb” for Ubuntu. Ensure this box checked.
Note: Google at no time in the future gives 32-bit forms to Linux – you are just ready to get 64-bit variants for Linux as of at any rate February 2016
It will make you the choice to “Open with…” or “Save File”. The default option for “Open with…” is to start using “Software Install”. Select this option.
Give your PC a couple of minutes and the ubuntu software center ought to open up with the .deb file you have downloaded prepared to install. (I already have Chrome installed) Click the Install button, and you will be provoked for your password to begin the installation. This ought to take no more than 2mins to install.
Note: Chrome will likewise be refreshed through the typical Ubuntu update process so you can hope to get the most recent form when Ubuntu updates.
Google Chrome is different from Chromium.
Chromium can found in the Ubuntu Software Centre. To download Google Chrome, however:
- Goto: https://www.google.com/intl/en-CA/chrome/browser/
- Click Download Chrome
- Choose either 32 bit .deb(for 32bit Ubuntu) or 64 bit .deb (for 64bit Ubuntu)
- Click Accept and Install
- Download .deb file to a folder (Downloads is the default folder)
- Open up your Downloads folder.
- Double-click the .deb file you just downloaded.
- This should launch Ubuntu Software Centre.
- When it prompts you to whether you wish to install Chrome, just say yes.
- Input Password when asked to install.