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accepted Block ads in Google Chrome only while in Incognito mode
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comment Block ads in Google Chrome only while in Incognito mode
Perfect, thanks, this was just what I was looking for. I had to change the shortcut a bit though: c:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe --user-data-dir="..\User Data\Inco" -incognito
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comment Block ads in Google Chrome only while in Incognito mode
So just creating that directory and using it in the shortcut is enough to create a new user profile?
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comment Block ads in Google Chrome only while in Incognito mode
This sounds good, but I'm not sure I understand how to setup a different user profile.
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comment Does Chrome's Download Manager resume downloads if the connection is lost or closed?
That screenshot above is of the Resume option that you have after you've paused the download. It should be noted that you do not have that option if chrome crashes or is shut down. You cannot resume those downloads.
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comment Can I back up my Windows 7 Installation, change the OS drive letter, then restore it?
but wont that backup also save all the paths with the old drive letter which will be wrong when I change it?
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comment Can I back up my Windows 7 Installation, change the OS drive letter, then restore it?
@CreeDorofl: Thanks!
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comment Can I back up my Windows 7 Installation, change the OS drive letter, then restore it?
No, my old system drive that has Vista on it is C, I'm going to get rid of that but was waiting until I figured out my strategy for this whole mess. Is there any reason not to just leave my main drive as G? Is it just a matter or preference or could could having my os on G cause me problems down the road?