How to install Google Chrome on macOS
Recently, I discovered that the two web browsers that I use every day are not enough for me and I decided to install a third one. I was needed Google Chrome to complete a task that could not be done with other web browsers. In this article, I will show you how to install Google Chrome in macOS :) Let’s begin.
In my daily life I use two web browsers, depending on the situation; almost always Safari and sometimes Opera (do you know it has a VPN built into it? :) ). Some time ago I had a few issues/problems that I could not solve using Safari or Opera. Having learned that such problems do not happen in Google Chrome, I decided to install a third web browser, and as it turned out it was not in vain :) Safari is still my favorite web browser and I’m going to use Chrome as Opera, on the rare occasion, when I can’t do something in Safari.
If you are interesting for what exactly I needed Chrome, you can read about it in THIS article.
Installation of the Google Chrome web browser is a really simple process. For this, we need to follow few simple steps. Now let’s get started :)
Follow the link to the Google website.
Click on the
Download Chrome button to start downloading the Google Chrome installation file.
Install the Google Chrome using the
googlechrome.dmg file downloaded in the previous step. Double-click on the
googlechrome.dmg file to open it.
If double-clicking on the
googlechrome.dmg file such a window appears, as below in the screenshot, click
OK and again double-click on the
Google Chrome.app to the Applications folder to install it.
When macOS ask you “Are you sure you want to open it?”, click on the
Enter the password for your computer and select one of the following options:
Google Chrome want to get access to your
KeyChain. This is necessary so that you do not have to manually enter passwords when authorizing on websites, but they will be taken from
Allow - in order to give Google Chrome one-time access to your
Always Allow - in order to give Google Chrome constant access to your
Deny - in order not to give Google Chrome access to your
In Finder, in the left side column find
Google Chrome and click on the
Eject symbol to unmount the installation file
Now you have installed the Google Chrome web browser.
That’s it, you’re done! Now you know how to install Google Chrome in macOS. So simple isn’t it?
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