Tech News: How to Download and Install Google Chrome on Mac, Know the easy way...
You need a browser to access the Internet. You must have used many browsers on your device, but Google Chrome is the most popular browser. A study conducted by Statcounter, a market research firm, has shown that Google Chrome has captured more than 65 percent of the browser market. One reason for this is the easy access of the browser on almost all platforms. Google Chrome is available on all mobile devices as well as computers. Although the Safari browser is available on the Mac, you still use Google Chrome. Because Chrome has better support for websites, plus it has many extensions, that help you get the job done. Apart from this, Chrome keeps your Google account in sync. This makes it easy to manage passwords across all your devices.
How to Download Google Chrome on Mac
If you're a Mac user, you'll need Apple's Safari browser to download Google Chrome. So first of all open Safari on your Mac device and go to chrome.google.com. Here the website itself will detect the OS that you are running on your machine and choose the right version for you.
Choose the best version
After selecting the Mac, the Chrome website will also automatically decide whether it is an Intel-based Mac or a device with Apple's M-series chipset. If for some reason the website does not detect your machine by itself, you should always choose the best version.
Will download the app itself
Now click on the Download button and then read the Google Chrome Terms of Service and then accept it and click on the Install button. After this, the downloading will start itself, but if it does not happen, then it can also be downloaded through the website's manual instructions.
If the setting is enabled on your browser, Chrome will start downloading automatically, otherwise, it will ask you where you want to save the file. Once the file is downloaded, open the file and you will see a box with a Chrome icon and a folder icon. To save the file to your Mac's app library, drag the icon to the folder.
Chrome ready to use
Google Chrome is now installed on your Mac. The first time you open it, the Mac will prompt and ask you if you want to open the app and give it access to the Internet. With this Google Chrome will now be present on your Mac as another browser.