Ubuntu how to install chrome?

We will install the Google Chrome browser with two simple steps ( commands ), have a look!

The steps given here are quick and short, yet simple to follow, even a newbie Ubuntu user should be able to follow them!

Let’s start…

FAQ: How to install google chrome?

Solution: Follow this simplified guide below, to install chrome.

Step #1 Open your Ubuntu terminal window.

If you are new to opening a command prompt in Ubuntu, here are the steps, otherwise, open the terminal and go to Step #2

How to open a terminal window in Ubuntu?

Open your Applications search window, by clicking the left bottom menu.

Type in “terminal“, and open the Terminal window.

Ubuntu how to open terminal window

Step #2 Download the latest Chrome installer, from Google.

You have the Terminal open in front of you now, run the below two commands:

Command #1: Download the latest google chrome from dl.google.com (Demo image given below)

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

Command #2: Install Google Chrome from a command line. (Demo image given below)

sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb

Note: Enter your user – password if prompted.

Demo – Downloading the latest version of google chrome .deb package for Ubuntu, using wget.

downloading Google chrome in Ubuntu.
wget download google chrome

Demo – installing google chrome in the command line using the dpkg command.

dpkg install google chrome
dpkg install google chrome

With this, you have your Google Chrome browser ready in Ubuntu, you can access it from your applications list.


How to install chrome quickly in Ubuntu?

We are covering the steps for – Ubuntu how to install chrome from the terminal or from the command line, this is the quickest possible solution.

How to install google chrome on ubuntu 20.04?

The steps given in this guide would work the exact same way in Ubuntu 20.04

How to install chrome ubuntu 18.04 from commadline?

Commands given here would work for Ubuntu 18.04 terminal as well.

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