Debian and Debian-based Kali Linux come with Firefox as the default web browser. But this does not mean that you cannot install other web browsers in it.

Google Chrome is hugely popular and you probably already use it on other systems. If you want to install Chrome on Debian you can surely do so.

You won8217t find Google Chrome in the repositories of Debian because it is not open source software but you can download and install it from Chrome website.

In this tutorial I8217ll show you two methods of installing Chrome on Debian.

Let8217s start with the GUI method first.

Note I am using Debian in the examples here but since Kali Linux is based on Debian the same methods are also applicable to Kali Linux.

This is a no-brainer. You go to the Google Chrome website download the deb file and double lick on it to install it. I am going to show the steps in detail so that it is easy for you to follow it.


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