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Download & install Google Chrome on Computer

Download Google Chrome on Computer

Google Chrome, a speedy web browser, is accessible for free. Prior to downloading, you can verify whether Chrome is compatible with your operating system and that all other system requirements are met.

Download Google Chrome on Computer

How To Get Google Chrome on Computer


  1. Get the installation file downloaded.
  2. If asked, select either "Run" or "Save."
    If you opt to "Save," there are two ways to begin the installation:
    a. Double-click the downloaded file.
    b. Click on "Open file."
  3. If prompted with the question, "Do you want to authorize this app to make changes to your device?" click on "Yes."
  4. To initiate Chrome:
    • For Windows 10 and later versions: After the installation process is complete, a Chrome window will open. You have the option to set Chrome as your default browser.

If you previously used a different browser such as Internet Explorer or Safari, you have the option to import your settings into Chrome.


  1. Download the installation file.
  2. Locate the file named "googlechrome.dmg" and open it.
  3. In the window that appears, locate the Chrome application.
  4. Drag the Chrome application to the Applications folder.
    • You might be prompted to enter the administrator password.
    • If you don't have the admin password, move Chrome to a location on your computer where you can make changes, such as the desktop.
  5. Launch Chrome.
  6. Open Finder.
  7. In the sidebar, click on "Eject" next to Google Chrome to safely remove the disk image.


Using the software responsible for program installations on your computer to install Chrome. During this process, you will need to provide the administrator account password.

Here's what you need to do:
1. Download the installation file.
2. Click "OK" to open the package.
3. Proceed with "Install Package."

Google Chrome will be integrated into your software manager, ensuring automatic updates to keep it current.


All new Chromebooks come with Chrome preinstalled. Discover how to configure your Chromebook.

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System requirements to use Chrome

For Windows users, Chrome requires:

  • Windows 10 and newer versions
  • An Intel Pentium 4 processor or later with SSE3 capability

For Mac users, Chrome requires:

  • macOS High Sierra 10.13 and newer versions

For Linux users, Chrome requires:

  • 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04+, Debian 8+, openSUSE 13.3+, or Fedora Linux 24+
  • An Intel Pentium 4 processor or later with SSE3 capability.

Solve Chrome-related issues

by following these steps:
1. Troubleshoot problems with the search engine, pop-ups, or Chrome updates by uninstalling Chrome and then reinstalling it.
2. Resolve page crashes and other loading errors with the "Aw, Snap!" message.
Fix Chrome problems on Linux related to Wayland

as Chrome now supports both Wayland and X11 protocols. Upon opening Chrome on Linux, the appropriate display server protocol will be automatically selected.