If the Windows or Mac. Click Select Drive and choose the Chrome USB Drive you have created. Click Flash to. We boot Chrome OS direct from a USB drive WITHOUT.

Tips • Whenever you need to run Chrome from your external hard drive, plug the drive into a computer and launch Windows Explorer. Find your external hard drive icon in Windows Explorer and double-click it to view its folders. Find the folder where the wizard installed Chrome and double-click that folder to open it. Double-click the GoogleChromePortable.exe file to launch the browser.

• A file named help.html appears in the installation folder along with the GoogleChromePortable.exe file. Double-click that file if you want to learn more about GoogleChromePortable or have questions about using Chrome.

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