How to install Chrome and Chromium on Ubuntu and Debian

In the next tutorial, I will teach you how to install the two well-differentiated versions of Chrome for Linux, Chrome i Chromium.

Chromium is an open source browser that can be accessed by anyone who wants to improve it and adapt it to their own needs, while Chrome is a proprietary package of Google based on Chromium and with some features other than the first.

Chromium is included in the repository packages of the main Linux platforms, each with the possibility of retouching in its own way, while Chrome, Is a package owned by Google based on one’s own Chromium although optimized and with bug reporting and codecs that Chromium does not yet support.

Another difference is in the logo or icon, Since one is of three blue colors of different shades (Chromium), The other is multicolored with the original Google logo.

To install Chromium will be as easy as opening a terminal and typing the following:

  • sudo apt-get install chromium-browser

Installing Chrome and Chromium on Ubuntu / Debian

While to install Original Google Chrome, First we will have to download the package .deb and then install it via terminal with the command:

  • his dpkg -i «More the name of the downloaded.deb file»
Installing Chrome and Chromium on Ubuntu / Debian
Anyway, for anyone who has any questions about how to install it on Ubuntu o he had ton take a look at the video in the header of the Ubunlog’s You Tube channel and they will surely see everything easier.

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