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Google Chrome on a USB Stick - Take your browser with you | HP Mini Note PC Blog

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Chrome on a stick? Carry your Google Browser everywhere you go

Strapped for space on your Netbook? Want to carry your essential apps in your pocket, with your car keys?  Well, Google’s new browser, Chrome has already been modified to run on a USB Stick.  You can find the browser for downloading at Carsten’s site (English translation).

Remember that Chrome only works on Microsoft Windows Netbooks (no Linux version). I haven’t tried it yet, but from the comments on the blog it appears to work as expected for many of the users who have.

Thanks to Amit at Digital Inspiration for publishing the link.

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3 Responses to “Chrome on a stick? Carry your Google Browser everywhere you go”


  1. 1 eh

    Thanks for the link. I think I will try the usb so i can take my chrome bookmarks with me. Has anyone tried the Chrome alpha distro for Linux on the HP mini mi? Firefox is doing fine but I sure miss that clean Chrome UI.

  2. 2 Open

    Hi got the same problem, but not you’re ecnlelext php skills.Where excactly should I put the session write close? 0);return $isCrawler;}if(!isBot($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']) AND $_SESSION["over18"] != 1){ header( Location: verify.php?redirect= . $PHP_SELF);}?>

  3. 3 Madiha

    I’m not a developer so I’m going to epaixln this entirely wrong, but we have a custom CMS for our tech network and the .100 release broke something very critical: we have an image upload tool that works alongside TinyMCE which we use to create posts. At some point in the past, the ability for us to drag and drop an image form our upload area down into TinyMCE broke, and I haven’t been able to figure out how to get it working again.The workaround we’ve been using is to right-click on the image in the upload area, select copy image, then paste it into the TinyMCE text edit box. Until .100, that worked great. Now when I do that, I get the tiny thumbnail image rather than the larger image that appears when I mouse-over the thumbnail image. Somehow the image copy function is picking up the initial image, not the mouseover image.This is on Windows 7 only. The OS X release of .100 works as expected.

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