How to add Google chrome in Ubuntu?
The Ubuntu operating system has emerged to be the most preferred and features loaded operating system which provides a range of features to the users. The Ubuntu operating system also provides the access of google chrome on it to the users making their work go fast. The Google chrome is a very well-known browser which helps the users to get the Internet related services and increase their work efficiency. Google chrome is always preferred by the users for any operating system so as with Ubuntu because of its multiple features and outstanding support mechanism. The Google chrome customer service is available for the users in all of their issues which they face while working on the browser. It has a team of technical experts which is always available for the users in their issues.
The Google chrome could be accessed on the Ubuntu operating system helping them to get all the features of the browser and make their work go fast. In order to add google chrome in Ubuntu, users are required to go through the following steps
· Go to the google chrome download page
· Choose either 32 bit .deb for 32 bit Ubuntu
· Choose 64 bit .deb for 64 bit Ubuntu
· Select accept and install
· Download the .deb file to a folder
· Double click on the .deb file you have downloaded
· This will launch the Ubuntu software download centre
Once the browser is installed on the system, users can easily get its access without going through any issue and continue their work easily on it.
The support for the browser is available through chat, email and looking for the articles and videos on the support page. Users can also make call on the Google chrome phone number and get connected to the experts for getting the proper solution.