How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 19.04 / 18.10 / 18.04

Google Chrome is the fastest and most popular web browser around the world. You can use Google Chrome on Windows as well as on Linux operating systems.

How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

How to Set Up Google Chrome on Ubuntu

Google Chrome is the fastest web browser and supports Windows, Linux, macOS operating systems. You can install and use Google Chrome on Windows, Linux, and even macOS. Google Chrome operating system support and system requirements are as follows:

To Use Chrome on Windows:a) Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 or higher
b) Intel Pentium 4 processor or higher (SSE2 enabled)
To Use Chrome on Linux:OS X Yosemite 10.10 or higher
To Use Chrome on Mac:a) 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04+, Debian 8+, openSUSE 13.3+, or Fedora Linux 24+
b) Intel Pentium 4 processor or higher (SSE2 enabled)

There are 2 methods to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver) and Ubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic Cuttlefish).

  1. Installing Chrome using Terminal
  2. Installing by downloading .deb package from Google website

In this article, we’ll explain both methods for installing the Chrome browser.

Installing Google Chrome Using Terminal

Press Ctrl + Alt + T to open Terminal on your Ubuntu system. Use the following commands in order to download and install Chrome using Terminal.

1) a) 64 Bit İçin: wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
   b) 32 Bit İçin: wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_i386.deb
2) sudo dpkg –i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
3) sudo apt-get install –f

 

After executing the above commands, you can run Google Chrome on Linux.

The Simplest Method to Install Chrome

Even if you don’t master Linux commands, you can install Chrome in the simplest way. On the Internet, the installation of programs through the terminal is generally described. We’ll also explain the simplest way to install Chrome for you.

Follow the steps below to install the Google Chrome step by step.

   Step 1

Open the Mozilla Firefox browser installed on Ubuntu and type chrome download in the Google search box and press Enter.

From the displayed searches click on Chrome Web Browser – Google.

Visiting the Chrome Website

   Step 2

Click on the Download Chrome button to continue.

Downloading the Chrome Browser

   Step 3

If you are using a Fedora / openSUSE operating system, select the second option. To download Chrome for Ubuntu, select the 64-bit .deb (For Debian / Ubuntu) option and click the Accept and Install button.

64 bit .deb (For Debian/Ubuntu)

   Step 4

Select Save File and click OK to save the Google Chrome 64 Bit.deb file.

Save File

   Step 5

Please wait while Google Chrome is downloading.

Downloading Google Chrome

   Step 6

Open the Downloads folder and double-click the Chrome.deb file.

Opening Chrome.deb File

   Step 7

After the installation window opens, click Install to start the Chrome installation.

Google-Chrome-Stable

   Step 8

Type in your root password and click the Authenticate button.

Typing the Ubuntu Root Password

   Step 9

Please wait while Chrome installs.

Building Ubuntu Chrome

   Step 10

Once the installation is complete, double-click on the Chrome icon to launch it.

Running the Web Browser

   Step 11

Select both options and click OK to make Chrome the default browser and send usage statistics to Google automatically.

Making Chrome the Default Browser

   Step 12

After installing the fastest web browser, you can check the browser version in Help / About Chrome.

Checking Chrome Version

How to Use Google Chrome ⇒ Video

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   Final Word


In this article, we have explored step by step how to install Chrome browser on Ubuntu. Thanks for following us!

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