This article covers the different methods for the installation of Google Chrome on the CentOS 8 system using the terminal commands and graphical method.
Once the installation of chrome is complete, now you can feel free to add chrome extensions and favorite themes from the web store of Google Chrome.
To install Google Chrome 78 on a RHEL/CentOS/Fedora Linux:
Open the Terminal application. Grab 64bit Google Chrome installer.
Type the following command to download 64 bit version of Google Chrome:
- Install Google Chrome and its dependencies on a CentOS/RHEL, type:
sudo yum install ./google-chrome-stable_current_*.rpm
- Start Google Chrome from the CLI:
To upgrade Google Chrome from an older version:
You can simply update it by typing the following yum command:
$ sudo yum update google-chrome-stable
OR use the following dnf command to update it on a Fedora Linux:
$ sudo dnf update google-chrome-stable
To uninstall Chrome from Ubuntu:
Open the Terminal: It should be present on your desktop or taskbar.
Type sudo apt-get purge google-chrome-stable and press Enter to uninstall the Chrome browser.
Type sudo apt-get autoremove and press Enter to clean up the Package Manager to ensure that there are no lingering files.