The default on many 4GB RAM Linux systems is to have 2GB swap. This will likely not be enough when you start browsing with a Windows browser on ARM, and may lead to Wine closing unexpectedly, or the operating system locking up. Please follow the instructions at https://wiki.indiedroid.us/en/how-to/increase-swap-memory to increase the swap space if running on a 4GB RAM Ubuntu-based system.
Firefox will install using box64 from https://mozilla-firefox.en.uptodown.com/windows/download using
box64 wine start Downloads/mozilla-firefox-114-0.exe (replace the file path with the file you downloaded), but select the custom install option and uncheck all checkboxes. After installation, start Firefox by entering
box64 wine start firefox.exe. Launching Firefox took a while on our test, so be patient.
We've attempted to install Chrome under both
wine, but we haven't had any success in getting them to install. Chrome for Windows runs into issues during the installation process.
We attempted to install Edge from https://microsoft-edge.en.uptodown.com/windows/download using
box64 wine start Downloads/microsoft-edge-113-0-1774-57.exe (replace the file path with the file you downloaded), but it errored out.