The default download link of Google Chrome downloads the online installer which contains partial installation files and fetches and installs the files from the internet when you begin installation. It requires a reliable internet connection and you need to stay connected to internet from beginning of installation till the installation of Chrome ends. In addition to the online standard installers, Google provides you with portable offline installers too which download the full setup of the browser and you can install Google Chrome on multiple devices without having a live internet connection.
Chrome Portable is available for all the three major platforms, Microsoft Windows, MAC and Linux. So if you are on a slower internet connection, or if your internet isn’t reliable and disconnects periodically or if you need to carry the full setup of Google Chrome with you and want to install it on multiple devices without having an internet connection, you can download the portable version of the browser from the official website of Google at below link.
How to Download Google Chrome Portable? To download the latest available version of Google Chrome for your device, visit below special links which will download the specific portable setup of Google Chrome for your device. At the destination link, accept the agreement offered by Google and your download will begin.
If you are using the default browser’s download for downloading the setup, you will be prompted to either save or run the file when you will accept the agreement. Select “Save” option, then the installer will be downloaded to your PC to the specified download folder.
Once the portable setup file is downloaded, you can either install it on the same device or can install anywhere else. Her are the download links for specific portable versions of Chrome for different OS platforms:
Windows 8 and 8.1 are also supported by Chrome portable setup in addition to Windows 7, Vista and XP. Although these download links are from Google’s official server, so they shouldn’t never get outdated or should never break. Still if any doesn’t work, you can let me know by leaving a comment below.