How To Install Google Chrome In Ubuntu

Google Chrome, one of the most popular web browsers globally, is known for its speed, user-friendly interface, and compatibility with various platforms. This blog post will guide you on how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu, a leading free and open-source operating system.


Before you start, make sure you have a functional Ubuntu system with a stable internet connection and have administrator privileges (sudo).

Method 1: Install Google Chrome Using Terminal

The quickest and easiest way to install Google Chrome on your Ubuntu system is via Terminal. Here’s how to do it:

First, open your Terminal either from the application launcher or by using the Ctrl+Alt+T shortcut.

Then, you need to download the Google Chrome .deb package. To do this, type the following command:


Once the download is complete, install Google Chrome by executing the following command:

sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb

If an error occurs regarding dependencies, use the following command to resolve it:

sudo apt-get install -f

After resolving the dependencies, Google Chrome should be installed on your Ubuntu system. You can search for it and start browsing!

Method 2: Install Google Chrome Using GUI

If you prefer using graphical interfaces, you can also install Google Chrome directly from the website. Here are the steps:

Visit the official Google Chrome website and click on the “Download Chrome” button. Choose 64 bit .deb (For Debian/Ubuntu), accept the terms of service, and start the download.

Once the download is complete, open the .deb file. The Ubuntu Software Center will load up with the Google Chrome installation. Click on the “Install” button, enter your password, and wait for the installation to complete.


And there you have it – two simple methods to install Google Chrome on your Ubuntu system. Depending on your preference, you can either use the command line (Terminal) or the graphical user interface to complete the installation. Happy browsing!