Google Chrome’s dev branch is finally looking a bit more stable so it’s time for an update to Google Chrome Portable.
Updates are minor, except for one new feature: The disk cache will now always be stored on the user’s hard drive, thanks to a new Chrome command switch. However it will only work with 184.108.40.206 and onward… earlier versions won’t benefit any from it. It should significantly speed up Chrome usage when not run locally. You can set the INI setting CacheInTemp to false to turn this new feature off if you want.
Oh yeah, and Aero Glass is finally not broken if you use custom border/title bar sizes. Hooray.