How to install Google Chrome Browser in Ubuntu
if you want to install google chrome browser in Ubuntu …everything you already have. Follow the given process and fix it properly.
First of all Open Firefox (the default web browser on Ubuntu) and head to the official Google Chrome download for Linux page.
On this page you’ll be asked to “accept” the Google Chrome Terms of Service. If you’re happy with what’s on offer click the “Accept & Install” button:
Then You’ll see the following box appear. Check the “Download” option:
The installer package is downloaded to your
~/Downloads folder by default (unless you choose a different location).
When the Chrome installer download completes you can open your file manager to find it. To begin installation just click twice on the installer package:
The Software app will open. Click the ‘install’ button:
Now Enter your password when/if prompted:
The progress bar will shuffle along for a few seconds.
When the install is complete you can open Google Chrome by a) clicking the ‘launch’ button in the Software app, or b) search and open it from the app menu.
Getting Set Up with Google Chrome in Ubuntu
On first run you may see a prompt asking if you want to make Google Chrome your default browser on Ubuntu:
If you do, check the box and click “Ok” to proceed.
Google Chrome will open and you’ll see a (mostly empty) browser window.
Sign-in with your Google Account to sync your synced bookmarks, passwords and extensions (if you have any)
So, After Applying this process still unable to fix this kind of issues then Dial Given Help Desk which are given in above .