Google Chrome or Chrome is a free web browser developed by Google based on the Webkit engine. As of 2020 Google Chrome use about 69% of Internet users, which is 9% more than in 2018. And this browser is translated into 52 languages of the world. Google Chrome is available for Linux, Android, IOS, Windows, and MacOS operating system.
But Google Chrome is more than just a web browser, because it combines a modern browser, Chromium built-in apps, beautiful design, built-in translator and in order to help users to view web pages a little faster, easier, and safer than ever before. In addition, the browser has a version with open source. In this article, we’ll look at how to install Chrome in Ubuntu 20.04.
An interesting feature of Chrome is the ability to search directly from the browser, just start typing the query and you will receive tips, or even links to desired websites. On the main page shows thumbnails of most frequently visited sites. This feature allows you to access your favorite websites much faster. In this article we will consider the most recent at the moment version of your browser. For a stable version is 83, and for non-stable – 85.
Installing Google Chrome in Ubuntu 20.04
Set Google Chrome can not only in Ubuntu 20.04, but in previous versions, including Ubuntu 16.04, Linux Mint and Debian. In addition, the installation package adds the Chrome repository system, so you will always get the updates of the browser when updating the system. To install, open the terminal with shortcut keys Ctrl+Alt+T and run command:
Installing the stable version of Chrome in Ubuntu 64 bit:
sudo dpkg-i --force-depends google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
To install unstable, but the newer version should replace the word “stable” in the word unstable:
sudo dpkg-i --force-depends google-chrome-unstable_current_amd64.deb
Installing Chrome in Ubuntu 18.04 32 bits, is not so simple. Since Google has stopped supporting 32 bit in your browser, you can install the new 83 version, but I can download stable 48 from the archives:
If you want the latest version for 32 bit systems, you will have to install Chromium. If dpkg reports the inability to satisfy dependencies, execute the following command:
sudo apt-get install -f
You can also try to manually install the dependencies of chrome:
sudo apt-get install libxss1 libgconf2-4 libappindicator1 libindicator7
The browser installation is complete. To run it simply execute:
In addition, you can find the program in the main menu of the system:
When you first run the browser will ask whether it is possible to send data to Google, and will offer to make Chrome the default browser.
That’s all. I hope this article has shed clarity on the install Google Chrome Ubuntu 18.04.