How do you install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 14.04?
Click Download and a small window will pop up with some download options.
The top two options are the ones we want the ".deb" check the box next to the correct format for your system 32-bit or 64-bit.
Once the Download completes you will have a file like this in your downloads folder. Once its complete lets double click it.
Give your PC a few moments and the ubuntu software center should open up with the .deb file you have downloaded ready to install. (I already have chrome installed) Click the install button and you will be prompted for your password to start the installation. This should take no more that 2mins to install.
Note: Chrome will also be updated through the normal Ubuntu update process so you can expect to grab the latest version when Ubuntu updates.
Follow the instruction for installation:
Or if you want the actual Google Chrome, open a terminal and follow:
If you want the 64bit version just replace
If you encounter any errors simply use
To run it from terminal use
Google Chrome is different from Chromium.
Chromium can be found in the Ubuntu Software Centre. To download Google Chrome however:
For the 32-bit version of Google Chrome, use this command below.
For the 64-bit version of Google Chrome, use this command below.
Once downloaded, install google chrome with following command:
32 bit :
64 bit :
You can try saving the below script into a file and running it:
It will automatically detect your architecture and install the proper version of Google Chrome for your system.
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