Google Chrome is a fast, free web browser. Before you download, you can check if Chrome supports your operating system and you have all the other system requirements. Install Chrome on Windows •. • If prompted, click Run or Save. • If you chose Save, double-click the download to start installing. • Start Chrome: • Windows 7: A Chrome window opens once everything is done.
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• Windows 8 & 8.1: A welcome dialog appears. Click Next to select your default browser. • Windows 10: A Chrome window opens after everything is done. If you've used a different browser, like Internet Explorer or Safari, you can. If you're having problems on your Windows computer, you can try the alternate link below to download Chrome on a different computer. • On a computer connected to the Internet, download the. • Move the file to the computer where you want to install Chrome.
• Open the file, and follow the onscreen instructions to install. If you land on the regular download page, that’s normal. Even though the installers look similar, a special tag tells us which one is best for you. Once you download the file, you can send it to another computer. Install Chrome on Mac •. • Open the file called 'googlechrome.dmg.'
• In the window that opens, find Chrome. • Drag Chrome to the Applications folder. • You might be asked to enter the admin password.
• If you don't know the admin password, drag Chrome to a place on your computer where you can make edits, like your desktop. • Open Chrome. • Open Finder. • In the sidebar, to the right of Google Chrome, click Eject. Install Chrome on Linux Use the same software that installs programs on your computer to install Chrome. You'll be asked to enter the administrator account password.
• To open the package, click OK. • Click Install Package. Google Chrome will be added to your software manager so it stays up-to-date. See supported operating systems & system requirements.