How To Use Google Chrome On Mac

Being a Mac user doesn’t mean you’re confined to using Safari for your browsing needs. Google’s Chrome browser is a popular alternative that offers some unique features of its own. Here’s a simple guide on how to use Google Chrome on your Mac.

Downloading and Installing Google Chrome

Firstly, you’ll need to install Google Chrome on your Mac. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do that:

  • Open Safari (or any other browser that you may be using).
  • Go to the Chrome website:
  • Click the Download Chrome button.
  • You’ll be prompted to accept the terms of service. After reading, click Accept and Install.
  • Once the download is complete, open the file called ‘googlechrome.dmg’.
  • In the window that appears, find the Chrome icon and drag it into your Applications folder.

Setting Up Google Chrome on Mac

Once it’s installed, you can start setting up Google Chrome on your Mac:

  • Go to your Applications folder and click on the Google Chrome icon.
  • If you want to keep Chrome in your dock, right-click on the icon, hover over Options, and click Keep in Dock.
  • Upon launching, you’ll be prompted to sign in. Here, you can log in with your Google account to sync your bookmarks, history, passwords, and more across any devices where you’re signed into Chrome.

Using Google Chrome on Mac

Once you’ve set up Google Chrome, using it is just like using any other browser:

  • To open a new tab, click the + icon next to the last tab at the top.
  • To visit a webpage, type the URL into the address bar at the top and hit Enter.
  • To bookmark a page, click the star icon to the right of the address bar.

You can also add extensions to Google Chrome to increase its functionality. Simply click on the three vertical dots in the top right corner, hover over More Tools, and then click on Extensions. From here, you can browse for and add extensions that suit your needs.

So there you have it – a simple guide on how to use Google Chrome on Mac. Happy browsing!