Install Google Chrome 73 on CentOS 7 using yum command

I am a new CentOS Linux 7 desktop user. How do I install Google Chrome 73 on CentOS 7 Linux desktop?

Introduction – Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers. It has over 62% market share and provides much better security and performance as compared to any other browsers. However, it is not 100% open source and builds on top of the Chromium open source project. This tutorial shows you how to install Google Chrome 73 on CentOS 7 using yum command.

How to install Google Chrome 73 on CentOS 7

The procedure to install Google Chrome 73 on CentOS Linux 7 desktop is as follows:

  1. Installing Google Chrome on CentOS 7 by typing: wget
  2. Use yum to install Chrome 73 web browser on CentOS 7: sudo yum localinstall google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm
  3. Update Chrome 73 in CentOS 7: sudo yum upgrade google-chrome-stable
  4. Start Chrome on CentOS 7 Linux desktop

Let us see all steps and examples in details.

CentOS 7 install Google Chrome

Use wget command to grab Google Chrome 73 installer, run:
$ wget

Installing Chrome 73 on CentOS 7 desktop

Execute the following yum command:
$ sudo yum localinstall google-chrome-stable_current_x86_64.rpm

Google Chrome has been installed on your system.

How do I start Google Chrome 73 stable?

Simply type the following command at your shell prompt:
$ google-chrome &
Alternatively, you can start it from GUI itself:
Applications > Internet > Google Chrome

You should see Google Chrome in action as follows:

How do I upgrade Google Chrome on my CentOS 7 box?

Just run yum command as follows to upgrade Google Chrome:
$ sudo yum update
$ sudo yum upgrade google-chrome-stable
Sample outputs:

Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
 * base:
 * epel:
 * extras:
 * updates:
No packages marked for update


This page demonstrated how to install Google Chrome on CentOS 7 workstation. For more information see official Google Chrome web site here.

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