I've just tried to install Google Chrome two ways:

  • by downloading the package from Google, and installing it through Software Center.
  • by following the steps in this guide.

I finished both procedures without apparent errors, but I cannot find chrome through the Launch menu (even after reboot) or in /usr/share/applications.

I have Ubuntu 15.10 installed alongside Windows 10 on an Asus Zenbook UX305UA


Run google-chrome-stable from the terminal

  • says "command not found" – russell May 14 '16 at 4:16
  • It means that it is not installed. Run sudo apt-get install -f. – Pilot6 May 14 '16 at 6:57

type the command below to locate chrome in your PC

whereis google-chrome

and execute /usr/bin/google-chrome command to run chrome

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