Have you ever used the browser, Chrome? Do you like it? Not like it? Like it enough where it’s usable but not really your type of browser?
Well, if you’re on Windows (for example), and don’t like Chrome much, you can always install another browser like Firefox, Opera, etc.
But what if you’re on a Chromebook? Can you install Firefox? Opera?
The simple answer is yes.
The complicated answer is it’s complicated.
If you have vanilla Chrome OS, then you can’t install any type of browser other than what’s already been installed - Chrome.
If you have Linux installed on Chrome OS, then you can install any browser that is supported by Linux.
For further reference:
If you’d like to learn more, you can check out the Google Help Center.
If you have a specific question that the Help Center doesn’t cover, then you can ask your question on the Google Product Forum.
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