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Hello to all!

I have a simple query and I really need a quick, descriptive and complete replies from anyone here.

I want a detailed instructions on how I can install Google Chrome to my Linux OS.

I hope you can help me.

Thank you.

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# Comment Id: 38529

Hi Quikee,

Here are the instructions on how to do it..

Although Google Chrome can be copied to a local user directory and run without administrative privileges, we recommend that proper installation and updates be performed using a full installation via the native package management system.

In order to do this, you should have administrative access during installation.

1. Visit this link 

2. Above the download button, verify the browser language from the drop-down menu.

3. Click Download Google Chrome.

4. Choose the package you want to download.

5. Review the Terms of Service, then click Accept and Install to continue.

6. Click OK to open the package.

7. Click Install Package.

8. Once the installer file has been downloaded, a "Welcome to Google Chrome" dialog appears and prompts you to choose the search engine you'd like to use by default in the browser. If you represent a search engine, you can contact the Google Chrome team at chrome-search-engines {at} Google {dot} com.

9. In the dialog that appears, select from the following options, then click Start Google Chrome. To open the browser, go to Applications > Internet > Google Chrome. Google Chrome will add its repository to your package manager so that it can be kept up-to-date.

Hope this helps,

Bruce Banners

# Comment Id: 66921

Hai bruce,

I recently bought a new pc with Linux OS on it. But i Didn't like the default web browser on it. So i opted to go with Google chrome. I have downloaded it and cannot be installed. I googled and visited each and every webpages and can find nothing...

Then i came to this page and really helped me a lot...

Again so much thanks to Mr.Bruce and to techyv experts.

Have a nice day.

# Comment Id: 160943

There is another Techyv post which is well discussed about this problem. Go that page and get more techniques to resolve this issue.

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