Fedora's first or second strongest attribute is a huge Application Repository or Repo. If you have Gnome 2 as a desktop you click on >System >Addministration and then >Add/Remove software. Fedora should have a web page that takes you through the steps on the web. Example "how to use "Package-kit in Fedora 14 with KDE Desktop" etcetera. It has all menus to navigate through it so no command line interaction is needed.
With Opera ;as an example there are two different RPM files to download one for Yum and one that is just a RPM file. Try both of these if you can't get it to install after you are aware of how to use Fedora's Package-Manager but Chrome is most likely available for it with Package-Manager. You will probably need to be connected to the Internet because the RPM file might request the O.S to retrieve dependencies as well.
If you install it with the Command line it is pretty easy as well. Usually you just open up a Terminal and Type su then press enter followed by your administrator password and then type "yum install chrome" without the quotes of coarse and then press enter again. Yum will give you some messages but usually you just choose y for yes and then press enter. Do a search on "yum install chrome" for the exact command line code.
Try Package-Manager first http://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/..._software.html
. Getting a Package-Manager "rolling" for the first time is usually a pain. You might have to install Repos so yum has a place to get the software from. It's not hard to do but not as organizes as it should be. Fedora should come with Help-Documentation built in so you could reference that as well. Do you have something that resembles a life-ring on your top panel?
Lastly get back to your thread so members can help you. Here's a LQ link on the subject http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...a-8%5D-774282/
Edit: after reading the last post it;
Looks like your easy way out is to try Opera http://www.opera.com/browser/download/