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How to install Google Chrome on Debian 10 Buster?

Normally people use Debian 10 Buster as the operating system on their servers. However, if there is one thing that characterizes this distribution very well, it is that it is very flexible. And it has extraordinary support from professional developers. Not in vain, is the base of Ubuntu which is in turn one of the most popular distributions that exist. So in Debian 10 Buster we can install any kind of software and very popular web browsers like Google Chrome. In fact, in this post, I will show you how to install Google Chrome on Debian 10.

Install Google Chrome on Debian 10

Debian 10 comes with Firefox ESR installed by default when installing a desktop environment. However, many people prefer another browser. This is because they accuse Firefox of being slow. But others because they simply prefer others. Just like that.

On the other hand, it is fair to say that Google Chrome is a great web browser. It is fast, modern and with hundreds of professional extensions to improve the experience on the web. It also has the support and development of Google which makes the support is enviable. And if you are an Android user you will enjoy full integration with the device.

So, that is why and many more things is that many people prefer Google Chrome.

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First, download Google Chrome from its website.

Next, select the DEB package for Debian 10 Buster.

1.- Download Google Chrome
1.- Download Google Chrome

Once the download is complete, you will have it on your computer. To install it, I recommend using the terminal and gdebi.

First, install Gdebi. Gdebi is a utility used to install DEB packages in Debian and Ubuntu. The main advantage of using it is that in case the package needs dependencies, it will handle them. Making installation even easier.

:~$ sudo apt install gdebi

Next, install Google Chrome.

:~$ sudo gdebi [path_file]

2.- Install Google Chrome on Debian 10
2.- Install Google Chrome on Debian 10

After that, just launch it from the main menu.

3.- Google Chrome installed
3.- Google Chrome installed

4.- Google Chrome running
4.- Google Chrome running

So, enjoy it.

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