Portable Google Chrome Beta


For your web browsing pleasure, I present to you a portable version of the Google Chrome BETA.


  • It is a single executable.
  • The program will run from USB stick / external media.
  • The default cache and user settings path is still accessed by the program (usually root:documents and settingsYOUR_USERNAMElocal settingsapplication datagoogle … )
  • The actual installer only came out a few hours ago, I haven’t really tested this portabilisation further than making sure all the basics seem to work (although I can’t think of any reason why there would be any problems!). If, however, you do encounter issues while using it — leave a comment on this post.


The file is being hosted off-site, CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD. If you are having any problems downloading the RAR package, please leave a comment on this post and I will arrange an alternative download solution. Happy browsing 🙂

Google Chrome BETA – A first glance

Like many Googleholics around the World, today I was pleased to discover that Google have released their new Chrome browser. Not heard of it? Try taking a look at the bottom of your Google search page and you’ll see what I’m talking about:

Google Chrome Browser Beta 1

However! Before you rush off to download and install the latest combatant to enter the browser wars, you might want to have a look at my first glance review!

Continue reading Google Chrome BETA – A first glance

September Update

Wow! September already? Anyway, onwards and … er, upwards as they say!
Over the coming months I will be installing my development site in place of this blog. I know this is going to be a nuisance, but I feel the time has come to have a proper site portal and sandbox for my projects.

The blog will still be accessible (at a URL to be announced, probably just /blog.) and incoming links will be fixed up to reflect this change in location.

Wishing everyone a happy and productive September! 🙂