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Google Chrome is a web browser developed by the same company responsible for the world’s most popular search engine, email system, mobile OS and many others. Google has developed Chrome quite a few years back and to this day it is considered the top solution for web browsing.

In this article we will be guiding you step by step, helping you install Google Chrome on your computer. The process is very simple and shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes. That being said, let’s get into it and see what is required to run Google Chrome on your computer.



Steps for installing Google Chrome on Windows PCs

  • First off, you will need to open your current browser. If you haven’t manually installed any other browser on this computer, you will at least have the default browser that comes with Windows. For Windows 8 and below, you will need to look for Internet Explorer. For Windows 10, you have Microsoft Edge;
  • Once the browser is open, it is enough to simply search “Google Chrome”. This will immediately show the Chrome page on the Google results page;
  • By clicking on the link that leads to the webpage, you will be redirected to the Chrome website. Here, you will see a big button that indicates it will download Chrome for you;
  • Click the button and when you are prompted, choose a save location for the file and hit Save. From the bottom of your browser, click on the file once the download is complete. The windows that will pop up will continue to guide you through the installation;
  • You will be required to hit Next a couple of times before the installation is complete, followed by Finish. This will end the installation and the window will close;
  • At this point, Google Chrome is installed on your computer and you can start using it. Simply double click on the new icon that was placed on your desktop, or click the entry from your Start menu once. These solutions will open Google Chrome, point from which you are free to start surfing to any location you want.

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