How do I install Google Chrome in Ubuntu version 12.04 LTS or v13.04 using command line options? You can get a fast, free web browser from Google. You will find binary packages for the Debian/Ubuntu/Fedora/openSUSE Linux.
Chromium is an open-source web browser project from which Google Chrome draws its source code. The latest has reached version 31, it is available in Ubuntu Mozilla Security Team PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 and higher.
This installs a needed library for Google Chrome, then downloads the latest version of Chrome to a temporary directory and installs it. Run google-chrome to start the browser. During the installation a PPA is added to your system so that Google Chrome receives the latest updates whenever you...
Chromium web browser, the open source version of Google Chrome has reached version 21.
If you want to install Google Chrome 21 in Ubuntu 12.10/12.04/11.10 or Linux Mint 13 or older, you can either download the appropriate Debian package from here and install it with Ubuntu Software Center, or install the web browser via your terminal as follows
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Install Chrome on Ubuntu12.04.
Google Chrome 50 Released. It is a freeware web browser developed by Google Inc. It is most popular browser and used by millions users.
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS comes with Mozilla Firefox, installed by default. Firefox is great but if you want to use Google Chrome in Ubuntu 12.04 – then you may try Chromium (the open source project, the base of Google Chrome web browser) – it’s already there in Ubuntu Software Center.
I know that Google chrome works like a charm for me in my Ubuntu box, it is fast, secure and launches very quick, but how can I install it? To be honest with you guys, I think Google Chrome browser is built for speed, simple user interface, and security.