Thanks !Hello Iron-Duke,
Welcome to the forum.
I've always downloaded it from google's page and installed it with gdebi on mint. It will put a repository entry in so it will auto update from then on. But it depends on the Distro. If it's in the distro's repository simply install it from there. Good Luck. P.S. I don't use google chrome these days find Vivaldi more to my liking.
wget https://dl.google.com/linux/direct/google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb && sudo apt install ./google-*.deb
Like the idea of using Chromium, however, I also use a Chromebook, which has Google Chrome. So if I switched browsers I'd lose the ability to sync.Or....you can use the settings to exclude google....and install CHROMIUM
And it is in the repository of Linux Mint
This begs the question....which Linux are you running ?
At least one Distro I know offers chrome in their repository PCLinuxOS does & MX does also via their package installer.Wait? Google Chrome shouldn't be in the default repositories. Google's license doesn't allow for that.
sudo apt install wget