How To Install Google Chrome On Linux

Installing Google Chrome on your Linux machine is not a grueling task. This easy-to-follow guide will walk you through the process step by step.

Step 1: Download Google Chrome

The first step is to download the Google Chrome .deb package. Open your terminal and enter the following command:


This command will download the .deb package from the Google Chrome website directly to your system.

Step 2: Install Google Chrome

Once the .deb package has been downloaded, the next step is to install Google Chrome. This can be achieved by using the dpkg command, which is used to install, remove, and inspect .deb software packages.

sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb

If you encounter any errors regarding missing dependencies while installing Google Chrome, don’t worry. You can easily install all the necessary dependencies using the following command:

sudo apt-get install -f

The -f option will fix broken dependencies.

Step 3: Launch Google Chrome

After the installation is complete, you can launch Google Chrome either from the terminal by typing google-chrome-stable or by clicking on the Google Chrome icon in your system’s applications menu.


And that’s it! You have successfully installed Google Chrome on your Linux machine. Now, you can enjoy a fast, secure, and free web browsing experience. Happy browsing!