How to install google chrome on Ubuntu 22.04

Google Chrome is an open-source and free web browser used by a large community of computer users. It is a cross-platform and secure browsing application launched and maintained by Google.  It has a fast browsing speed.

Google Chrome is a famous and widely used search engine worldwide. It is available in 47 languages and provides the facility of translation in almost 52 languages.

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This descriptive write-up will teach you to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04.

  • Install Google Chrome from Deb Package
  • Install Google Chrome using the Google repository
  • How to Remove Google Chrome From Ubuntu 22.04?

Method 1: Install Google Chrome from deb package

Ubuntu doesn’t have the Google Chrome packages in its default repository. However, Chrome can be installed on Ubuntu using the deb package. For this purpose, follow the below-mentioned step-by-step process.

Step 1: Download deb package

To download the deb package of Google Chrome, type and run the following command in terminal:

$ wget

The deb package of the stable version of Google Chrome is downloaded successfully.

Step 2: Install Google Chrome

You can use the apt/dpkg command to install Chrome from the Debian package file. In our case, the following command will install Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04:

$ sudo apt install ./google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb

The stable version of Google Chrome is installed successfully.

How to start Google Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04

When the Chrome is installed successfully on Ubuntu 22.04, you can launch it using the following command:

$ google-chrome

It will open the following interface. To continue, Click on the Get Started.

After launching Google Chrome, you can set it as a default browser.

Google Chrome is now open to use.

Method 2: Install Google Chrome using Google repository

A user can install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04 through Google repository. To do this, perform the below-mentioned steps.

Step 1: Add GPG key

First, you should add the gpg key to add the google repository. To do this action, type the following command and run-in terminal:

$ wget -q -O - | sudo gpg --dearmour -o /usr/share/keyrings/google_linux_signing_key.gpg

The gpg key is added successfully.

Step 2: Add Google repository

To add the Google repository, run the following command:

$ sudo sh -c 'echo "deb [arch=amd64 signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/google_linux_signing_key.gpg] stable main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google.list'

The repository is added successfully.

Step 3: Update system’s packages

After adding the repository, you must update the core library of the system to get the updated package. For this purpose, run the following command:

$ sudo apt update

The packages are updated successfully.

Step 4: Install Google Chrome

Now, to install the stable version of Google Chrome, execute the following command:

$ sudo apt install google-chrome-stable

The stable version of Google Chrome is installed successfully.

How to remove Google Chrome from Ubuntu 22.04

A user can remove the Google Chrome application from Ubuntu 22.04 by running the below-mentioned command in terminal:

$ sudo apt autoremove google-chrome-stable 

Chrome was removed successfully.

Congratulations! You have learned the installation method of Google Chrome on Ubuntu 22.04.


Google Chrome can be installed on Ubuntu 22.04 using the deb package or adding the repository of Google into Ubuntu. Google Chrome is a widely used open source and cross-platform browsing application. Google Chrome provides the fast-browsing speed with friendly user interface and is to be set as a default browser.