Posted June 06, 2018 11:02:38 Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers in the world.
And now it is ready to work on your USB flash drive.
For most people, it is not going to be a big deal.
But for a lot of people, installing Google Chrome onto a USB flash drives is a very important task.
So here we are going to show you how to install Google Chrome and its extensions onto your flash drive and what you can do with them.1.
Get Google Chrome to install on a Flash Drive The first step is to get Google Chrome installed onto a flash drive by doing the following:1.
Download Google Chrome (Chrome 32 and above) from Google Play 2.
Launch Chrome and go to Settings3.
Select Network and security4.
Select Add device 6.
Select USB flash device and select USB drive7.
Select the USB drive that you want to install Chrome on (we recommend an external drive)8.
Select Install Chrome11.
Select Continue and confirm that you are finished with the installation13.
Press Save and restart your computer.
2)Install Google Chrome Extensions We are going in order of preference.
The first step for us is to install the Google Chrome extension.
The Google Chrome Chrome extension is used by Google to search and navigate the web.
If you have installed the Google Web Inspector extension, then you can install Google Web Explorer as well.
To install Chrome extension, simply download it from Google Play and unzip it on your external drive.
3)Get Google Web Search The next step is for us to get our Google Chrome search engine installed.
Open Chrome, go to the Settings menu and select Tools.
The Tools menu has a button labeled Google Chrome.
Click on it and choose the Google Browser Extensions option.
4)Set Google Search Options for Chrome Next we want to set the options for Google Chrome in the Chrome browser.
If you don’t know what the Google Search option does, just look at the Google logo.
The Google Search options are as follows: 1.
Use Search as the default search engine2.
Use “All or none” as the search engine option for the default web browser option3.
Use the “Search by” search engine to search for any web page4.
Set the search options to only allow people to access Google Search by default.
If the GoogleSearch option is not set to use “All” or “None”, Google Chrome will try to use Google’s default search engines.
5)Set the Default Web Browser Options for Google Search After we have enabled Google Search, it’s time to set up the default browser options for it.
Go to the Chrome Settings menu, and select the Google Chromes settings.6)Settings Menu Now we want Google Chrome settings to be enabled for all devices running Chrome.
To do so, open the Chrome settings, select the “Settings” menu, select “Privacy & security”7.
The Privacy & security section is where you want Google to store all the information about you that is stored on your device.
This section will contain information about the websites that you visit, the types of documents you save, the apps you install and more.
You can check “Never collect any personal information” here.
8)Enable Cookies in Google Chrome The last step is setting up Google Chrome’s cookies so that it can work properly with your external flash drive when it is plugged in to the computer.
Go ahead and enable the Google chrome cookie settings by clicking on the “Enable” button on the top right of the browser menu.
9)Advanced Options for Cookies Now that Google Chrome has been set up to work properly on your flash device, we are ready to enable Google’s cookies.
Go back to the “Chrome” menu and click on “Options”.
10)Advanced options for cookies When Google Chrome loads up, you should see Google’s “My Data” option.
In this window, you can click on the option called “Allow access to my data” and confirm.
If this option is enabled, Google Chrome may ask you for permission to access the data of other users on your computer when you are connected to a network.
11)Enable Google Search on External USB Flash Drives When you have enabled the Google search options for Chrome, you are ready for the next step.
To enable Google Chrome searches on external USB flash devices, go ahead and follow the instructions here.12)Disable Google Chrome from Installing Extensions After you have done all the steps above, it will now be time to disable Google Chrome extensions from installing on external flash drives.
Go in order to do this:1)Select “Advanced”2)Select the “Tools” menu3)Click on the Chrome Extensions option