How to Add Google Chrome to Mac Dock

If you’re a Mac user who has recently downloaded and installed Google Chrome, you may find it inconvenient to launch the browser every time by searching through your Launchpad. Fortunately, the process of adding Google Chrome to your Mac Dock is pretty straightforward.

Firstly, launch the Chrome browser from the Launchpad. Once you have opened the browser, you will see a Google Chrome link on your Dock. However, the link will disappear once you close the browser using the Command + Q shortcut.

To keep the Google Chrome link permanently in your Dock, right-click (or use two fingers on the trackpad, depending on your settings) on the Chrome icon on your Dock. A menu will appear with various options, and from here, select “Options.”

Once you’re in the “Options” menu, you will see a checkbox that reads “Keep in Dock.” Check this box, and the Chrome icon will stay on your Dock even after you close the browser.

That’s it! You have successfully added Google Chrome to your Mac Dock. You can now quickly launch the browser with just a click on the icon.

In conclusion, adding Google Chrome to your Mac Dock is a simple process that can save you a lot of time and hassle. By following the above steps, you can add any app to your Mac Dock permanently.