Using Chrome Installer and Other Methods to install the Chrome Browser:
The Chrome Browser has come on a lot since it was released, and I hardly ever use anything other than Chrome. The only time I use anything else is on the odd occasion the chrome browser can’t load something properly, at which point I switch to Internet Explorer, carry out the task and then return to Chrome. I’m going to write a quick guide on how to install Chrome using the Chrome Installer, its a very simple process and Google have tried to make it as simple and clean as possible. Theres a quick written guide and also a full guide with screenshots, choose whichever guide type suits you !
Quick Chrome Installer Written Guide:
2 – Click on “Download Chrome”
3 – Accept the Chrome Installer Terms and Conditions (Tick the “Set as Default” if you wish”)
4 – The download will now begin
5 – Once the Chrome Installer has finished, click “Start Chrome”
Full Chrome Installer Guide:
1 – Open an Internet browser you currently use and goto the Chrome website, download Here
2 – Click on the Download Chrome button
3 – Accept the Terms and Conditions, Choose whether you’d like the Chrome Installer to set Chrome Browser as your default and then click “Accept and Install”
4 – It will now process your install and the Chrome Browser should pop up once completed, you don’t have to interact with the Chrome Installer again until the process has finished.
Note – Some users may get “User Access Control” requests, accept these also.
There you have it, Chrome Installer has now finished and you can begin using the Chrome Browser as you wish, Chrome is my personal favourite!
Linux Chrome Installer:
1 – Linux users need to go to the Chrome Installer via this link, Linux Installer
2 – Click on the “Download Chrome” button
3 – Choose the correct package for your Linux Installation, be sure either 64-bit or 32-bit also!
4 – Save the download file to the /tmp directory
5 – Open your Linux terminal and type one of the following commands:
Debian or Ubuntu:
If your file name differs from the one listed, change: google-chrome-beta_current_amd64.deb to your filename
Suse or Fedora:rpm -ivh google-chrome-beta_current_x86_64.rpm
Launching Google Chrome in Linux:
You can do this by either:
Clicking: Application > Internet > Google Chrome
Typing: google-chrome &