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Uninstall Google Chrome Ubuntu Terminal

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One of the great advantages of Linux operating systems, in this case Ubuntu, is that, being open source, they can receive numerous options of applications and programs to be installed, one of these is the option to install various browsers such as Google Chrome There, by default Linux handles Firefox , but we all know about the great advantages of Chrome, speed, security, performance and compatibility to name a few..

 

This is why we can have one or more browsers, if we have installed Google Chrome in Ubuntu and we want to uninstall it for any reason, TechnoWikis will explain that the process is really very simple. Let's see how to uninstall Google Chrome in Linux , specifically in Ubuntu 20 but it applies to previous versions.

 

 

 

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Uninstall Google Chrome in Ubuntu terminal

 

Step 1

We check that Google Chrome is installed on Ubuntu:

 

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Step 2

Now we simply go to the terminal and there we execute the following command:
 sudo remove google-chrome-stable 
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Step 3

There we must enter the letter S to confirm that we really want to uninstall Google Chrome from Ubuntu, press Enter and once the process reaches its end we will see the following:

 

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Step 4

To validate that Google Chrome has been uninstalled correctly, we go to Activities and we can see that it is no longer available to be selected:

 

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That is how simple it is to uninstall Google Chrome from Ubuntu, remember that each of the browsers has its own advantages and before doing this we must do an analysis or comparison of which is the best browser to use, the default browser or some extra that we install ..

 


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