Google Chrome for Linux

Google Chrome is a chromium-based browser developed by well-known, all-favourite Google. It is characterized by impressive performance and beautiful design. Google Chrome is already a worthy competitor to all existing browsers and an excellent replacement for Internet Explorer (which will be discontinued in June 2022), Opera and Firefox.


Powerful features of Google Chrome

  • Google Chrome has a very user-friendly interface.
  • This browser has built-in visual effects that are independent of Compiz.
  • In the assembly, the box is the present express panel.
  • You can set the search engine for the address bar that allows you to write queries directly in the address bar.
  • Each open tab or window Google Chrome is a dedicated process in the system, which improves the stability and security of the browser.
  • Google Chrome was originally developed with Apple’s WebKit, but all the variants of Google Chrome except iOS now use the Blink Engine.
  • Centralized download extensions and themes. Google Chrome now has a massive library of extensions.
  • All the best developments appear in Google Chrome, only after running them in the Open Source browser Chromium.
  • Google Chrome has inbuilt developer tools.


Install Google Chrome on Linux

To install Google Chrome on any Linux operating system, you must download a binary package for your OS from the official Google site and install it manually. You can install Google Chrome in the Ubuntu OS more easily. Make sure your operating system is 64-bit and it won’t work on a 32-bit operating system.

Step 1: Getting Google Chrome

Go to Google Chrome’s download page and click on download. You will receive a prompt that will give you an option to download 64-bit .deb file for Debian/Ubuntu. Select that option and click ‘Accept and Install’. Save the file on your hard drive.

Step 2: Installing .deb file

Your downloaded .deb file should be in your downloaded folder (or whichever folder you chose to save the file in). Double click on that file to run it. This will open Ubuntu’s software centre, which will display an option to install Google Chrome on your device.

Note: If your device is password protected, then you will have to enter your password before you begin the installation.

That’s it! You’re done. It’s as simple as installing a program on macOS or Windows.


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