|23 Oct 2009||#1|
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Moving temp files for Chome
I know about this method for moving temp files to another disk or location for Chrome.
However it will not "roam" with you. For example you press a link and it will still automatically open the "old" location. You have to open the browser from the shortcut you create with the " --user-data-dir=d:\somewhere\chromeProfile" method
Does anyone know how to move the temp files for Chrome (like you can in IE) and have it roam with you? Thanks
I have a feeling it may be done through the advanced system settings / user profiles but I really don't understand that. If that's the answer, please explain how I would do it.
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