Whether you’re new to Mac or are just looking for a change from Safari, Google Chrome is an excellent choice. Below is a simple step-by-step guide on how to install Google Chrome on your Mac.
Step 1: Download the Google Chrome Installer
Firstly, open Safari (or any other web browser you have on your Mac) and go to the Google Chrome download page at https://www.google.com/chrome/
Step 2: Start the Installation
Click on the Download Chrome button. A small window will appear with the terms of service, you need to agree to these to continue, so click on Accept and Install.
After clicking on the button, the installer file will download.
Step 3: Open the Installer
Once the installer is downloaded, open your downloads folder and find the installer file, it should be named something like googlechrome.dmg. Double click this file to open it.
Step 4: Install Google Chrome
After opening the installer, a window will appear showing the Google Chrome icon and a link to your applications folder. You need to click and drag the Google Chrome icon over to the Applications folder link.
Step 5: Run Google Chrome
Now, you can open your Applications folder and find Google Chrome. To run it, simply double click on it. If a warning appears saying that Google Chrome is an application downloaded from the Internet, simply click Open.
Step 6: Keep Google Chrome in Dock
If you plan on using Google Chrome regularly, you might want to keep it in your Dock for easy access. To do this, right click on the Google Chrome icon in your Dock, go to Options, and then click Keep in Dock.
And that’s it! You should now have Google Chrome installed and running on your Mac. It’s a straightforward process, but if you run into any issues, feel free to leave a comment and I’ll do my best to help.