I'm having trouble with Chrome and I want to uninstall it and reinstall it. I'm just wondering if uninstalling it via the software application is adequate or if I need to clean anything up via the terminal.
I initially installed Chrome via the software store and it didn't work properly - I was having issues in Quickbooks, which is critical for me, and other SaaS too. I had issues with other applications that I installed via the software store but installing them directly by downloading the deb file and double clicking on it fixed them. Doing the same didn't fix Chrome though.
After reinstalling, Chrome got faster but Quickbooks is still not working properly and it's supposed to be compatible with Chrome on Linux. I'm a bookkeeper and spend most of my time in Quickbooks!
Might cleaning something up before I try installing it again help? Or is there something else? I've used the terminal a bit but I'm not confident with it.
PS - I need to use Chrome because one of my critical apps is in beta and stable on Chrome only.
I followed your instructions to download and install it via the terminal - and that was easy, thanks.
However, I when I opened it, all the tabs I last had open were re-opened and I'm still logged in! Could I have inherited the original issue again? It was working in an incognito tab before uninstalling.
The issue might not make sense if you're not a QBO user. I can't see my chart of accounts using a normal browsing tab. It's asking me to import a new one. It's still there though because reports can access it.
If I log in via an incognito window or on Firefox, I can see my chart of accounts.