Have you ever wondered how to use Google Chrome at work or school? If you've ever tried to install it, you may know most organisations block installing programs; which is a problem for you, Chrome user! Luckily, I have found a way around this. All you need is a USB stick. Believe it or not, Chrome is actually available as a portable application which can be run from a removable storage device. Installing Chrome to your USB is pretty easy: here's how to do it.
1. Visit the Google Chrome page on the Portable apps project
2. Click the download button for the latest version, wait for the download to begin and complete
3. Launch and 'Run' the downloaded application
4. Select your language
5. Click next
6. Agree to the terms
7. Click 'Browse'
8. Select your USB device and click 'OK'
9. Watch the pretty green bar...
10. Watch two pretty green bars...
11. Say goodbye to one pretty green bar...
12. Click 'Finish'
Done! Now all you have to do to run Google Chrome - from anywhere! - is navigate to your USB, enter the new 'Google Chrome Portable' folder and launch the 'Google Chrome' application. Chrome Portable works just like the normal Chrome for desktop except, all the application's data is stored on your USB - and, because it's Chrome, in the cloud.