In this short post, I will show you how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 19.10.
Ubuntu 19.10 has just been released, and it is logical that many novice users are excited to install it. Although most Linux distributions are very complete at the beginning, it is true that you can always customize more and more. In this sense, one of the most used applications is the web browser. And it is obvious because on the desktop the Internet navigation is vital.
On the other hand, Ubuntu 19.10 comes with Firefox installed by default, for me is the best web browser, but it is understandable that you need to have Google Chrome. Either because you are a developer and you need to know how web applications look in different browsers, or because you just like it.
As you must know, Google Chrome is the official Google browser that is available for almost all platforms. From Windows to Android; and from macOS to almost all Linux distributions. In this sense, it is logical that many people like this browser, which is perhaps the most popular. So let’s install it.
Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 19.10
First of all, you need to visit the Google Chrome website and get some more information about the program.
Then press the blue “Download Chrome” button. A new screen will be displayed.
Then, just open the terminal and navigate to the Downloads folder and finally install the package.
:~# cd Downloads
:~# sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
Now, you can launch it from the main menu.
And that is it.