Two Ways to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu

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Google Chrome is a free-ware web browser developed by Google. Now without boring you with what it is and what it isn’t, let’s find out the two ways to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu.

 

Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu via GUI

 

Using your default web browser, which in the case of Ubuntu will be Mozilla Firefox, navigate to the following link:

 
https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/index.html
 
Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu
Now click on “Download Chrome”
 
Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu
Now click on “Accept and Install”
 
Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu
Now mark the radio-button with Open and make sure that you have the Software Install (default) selected, hit OK. After the file is downloaded, you will be presented with something like in the image below:
 
Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu
Click on the Install button and you’ll be prompted to enter your password and Authenticate.
 
Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu
This is it, you have successfully installed Google Chrome in your Ubuntu system.
 

Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu via Terminal

1. Add Setup Key

2. Setup Repository

3. Update Ubuntu’s List of Repositories

4. Install Stable Version of Google Chrome

That’s it! Google Chrome should start downloading & installing on your system.
 

To open Google Chrome from Terminal, run the following command:

Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu
 

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  1. yuvaraj 23rd September 2016
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