I am sure you are looking for better browsing experience, that’s why you are landed here. Google chrome has extensive extensions library which makes browsing more smoother and easier. As Ubuntu software centre has no Google chrome listed on the library, so it’s bit complicated to install chrome on Ubuntu systems. In this article, I am going to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04 using different methods.
I prefer the CLI(Command Line Interface) method. Do let me know, which method you like most. So, let’s dive in
Before installation, let’s look at minimum system requirements
- A system running 64-bit Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
- An intel processor or later that’s SSE3 capable.
Method 1: Install Chrome by Downloading Debian Package
To install first download the google chrome from official site. follow the steps
Step 1: Browse Google Chrome Download Page
Browse Google Chrome download page(official) and click on “Download Chrome”
Step 2: Download 64-bit Google Chrome
Now select on 64-bit .deb file and then click on “accept and install“
Step 3: Chrome Install using Ubuntu software install
Now, locate the downloaded google chrome file and right click on the file to select Ubuntu software installation to continue installation.
Step 4: Check Google Chrome Installation
After installation on Ubuntu, you can search “Google Chrome” on Ubuntu application launcher. As the software is installed on the system, it is showing google chrome.
Method 2: Google Chrome Installation using CLI
We can download google chrome using Ubuntu command line interface using wget command.
Step 1: Download Google Chrome using CLI
By default, Ubuntu doesn’t have wget installed. You can installed wget using following command.
sudo apt install wget
Step 2: Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04
Now, run following command to install Chrome on your system.
sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
Output should look like
Google Chrome successfully installed on your Ubuntu system.
Step 3: Check Google Chrome Installation
Now, you can check Google Chrome installation, you can type “google-chrome” on the command line. Alternatively, you can search “google” on the application launcher to launch Google Chrome.
Congratulations, you have learned, how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04 your system. Now, explore some awesome google extensions to make your Google Chrome usage more productive.