How to install Google Chrome on Linux Mint 19.2

Today we are going to look at how to install Google Chrome on Linux Mint 19.2.  As seen in the videos, a person downloads Google Chrome, from the official site, link below.  Please keep in mind that you shouldn't install it directly with Gdebi, but first, save it and then install it with Gdebi which is pre-installed in Linux Mint.  After opening the package with Gdebi just follow the easy to install installation wizard as seen in the video.  Enjoy!

Please take note it will only work on 64-bit Linux Mint systems.  If you have a 32-Bit system a person can install Chromium Browser from the software center, it is very similar to Google Chrome.

Download Link:
https://www.google.com/chrome/

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For a video with Voice-Overs look here: https://youtu.be/pmyFSezt3jA

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