There are many web browsers available for Linux. From the most popular to the most unknown. Well, in this tutorial you will learn how to install Google Chrome on Fedora 31.
As we know Fedora 31 has recently come out and includes Firefox by default as most Linux distributions. However, there are still those who prefer to use Google Chrome. One cause could be the excellent integration with their mobile version of Android or simply because of the wide variety of extensions available. In any case, we are talking about one of the most important web browsers out there and one of the best. Of that there is no doubt.
Install Google Chrome on Fedora 31
Like almost all programs that are not open source, Google Chrome is not found in the official repositories of the distribution. However, Google provides compiled packages ready to be installed.
First of all, go to the Google Chrome website
Then click on Download Chrome.
Once the package has been downloaded, we proceed to install it. I recommend doing it from the terminal to make the process faster.
So, open the terminal and navigate to the Download folder.
:~$ cd Downloads/
To make the installation faster, I will rename the downloaded package to google.rpm.
:~$ mv google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm google.rpm
And we proceed to perform the installation with the command dnf.
:~$ sudo dnf install google.rpm
Now you can launch it from the main menu:
And that is it.
Google Chrome has gained its popularity step by step. This makes many users want to use it in Fedora 31. So in this post you have learned how to install it.