How To Keep Google Chrome As Default Browser

Google Chrome is known for its quick performance, simple and intuitive interface, and safe browsing capabilities. It comes as no surprise that many people prefer it as their web browser. However, there is a possibility that the default browser setting may change when installing a new application, using a different browser, or updating the system. To ensure that Google Chrome remains your default browser, follow these steps.

Setting Google Chrome as Default on Windows

If you’re using a Windows computer, you can follow these steps to set Google Chrome as your default browser:

  1. Click the Start button and then select Settings.
  2. In the settings window, select Apps.
  3. From the Apps menu, choose Default apps.
  4. In the Web browser section, select Google Chrome.

If Google Chrome is not listed, make sure it is installed on your system. If it’s already installed but still not showing up, you might need to reinstall it.

Setting Google Chrome as Default on Mac

If you’re using a Mac, follow these steps:

  1. Open System Preferences and choose General.
  2. Next to Default web browser, select Google Chrome from the dropdown menu.

Note that Mac systems need to have Google Chrome installed for it to appear in the list of available browsers.

Setting Google Chrome as Default on Android

For Android devices, you can set Google Chrome as your default browser with these steps:

  1. Go to Settings and tap on Apps.
  2. Tap on the Browser app under the Default apps section.
  3. Select Chrome as your default browser.

Setting Google Chrome as Default on iOS

For iPhone or iPad users, follow these steps:

  1. Select Settings and scroll down to find Chrome.
  2. Tap on Default Browser App.
  3. Select Chrome.

Keeping Google Chrome as your default browser ensures a consistent browsing experience across all your devices and platforms. With Chrome as your go-to, you can enjoy the benefits of synchronization, speed, and security while browsing the internet.

Remember, setting a default browser does not prevent you from using other browsers. It only determines which browser will open by default when you click on a link or try to access the internet. Happy browsing!