Saturday, January 6, 2018

Google Chrome Portable, browse with speed, simplicity and style
It won't crash... It's really fast. —J. R. Raphael,, Sep 2, 2008.
Chrome is not just the cure for slow browsing. It has a number of other key features to recommend it, including excellent HTML standards compliance, its own copy of Flash, its own PDF viewer, automatic updating, synchronization across computers, incognito viewing, and many extensions. —Martin Heller,, Feb 19, 2014.
Google Chrome is a fast, simple, and secure web browser, built for the modern web.

Size: 208 MB (218,746,880 bytes) Packed Size: 68.2 MB (71,589,888 bytes)
MD5: 1AFD94E8811250EDC7DCF00EFB4767A8

Size: 417 MB (438,267,904 bytes) Packed Size: 122 MB (128,065,536 bytes)
MD5: F3167073E1A65C62947D78610C439EBE

More releases... More releases...

Google Chrome Portable for Windows XP/Vista  Google Chrome for Windows XP/Vista — Legacy Release

Size: 353 MB (370,982,912 bytes) Packed Size: 95.5 MB (100,237,312 bytes)
MD5: 5B5747BE5D43EABACCD1E1BE61860F13

Google Chrome build for NPAPI-plugins (Java, Silverlight, etc.)  Google Chrome NPAPI-friendly build — Legacy Release

Size: 170 MB (178,368,512 bytes) Packed Size: 52.9 MB (55,476,224 bytes)
MD5: 98371C723945E3061C272D220DC2C332

Release Notes

Single Bit and Dual Bit Releases
You can use these releases interchangeably, both use the same data profile. You can upgrade to the single bit release, or later upgrade it to the dual bit release, or vice versa.
The single bit (32 bit) is for those who want to save space.
The dual bit (32/64 bit) is for users who want to use the 64 bit version of the application on Windows 64 bit. And since it also has 32 bit application binaries, it will still run on Windows 32 bit.
External Download Managers Integration
Read an example on how to integrate external download managar—for eg. FDM 5—in the help file.
Portable plugins
  • Flash Player is included, get the latest one here: Flash Player.
  • More in the help.htm...
Other NPAPI-friendly browsers

Portability Notes

  • Google Chrome writes to Windows registry and data folder while running.
  • Flash player plugin writes to Windows registry while running.
  • Windows native client to enable external download managers will write to Windows registry and data folder while running.
  • IE Tab addon—if installed—writes to Windows registry and data folder while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.

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