The apt-get update lag is not related to Google Chrome specifically, but rather to the package management system of the Linux operating system. When you run the apt-get update command, it checks for updates to the software packages installed on your system. Depending on the speed of your internet connection, the number of packages that need updating, and the response time of the servers hosting the updates, the update process may take longer or shorter to complete.
However, it's worth noting that Google Chrome is one of the software packages that may be updated as part of the apt-get update process. Chrome is a popular web browser that is often used on Linux systems, alongside other popular browsers such as Firefox and Chromium. So while the update lag is not specifically related to Chrome, it may be a factor that contributes to the overall time it takes to complete the update process if Chrome needs to be updated.
To make sure that the apt-get update process runs smoothly, it's recommended to use a reliable internet connection and to have a backup copy of your system in case something goes wrong during the update. It's also a good idea to regularly update your software packages to ensure that your system stays secure and up-to-date.