Dear Portable Apps,
Please help with the following – the gist of it, my question is in bold.
Attached USB SSD, using Chrome from it. There are many open tabs. While the browser resides on the USB SSD, I assume all open tabs are in the RAM, and if I use an extension to highlight specific words on the pages, then those highlights are also in the RAM. So, I assume that when I detach the USB SSD, then all tab data and all extension data are gone, i.e. I can’t preserve the rendering of tabs/pages and extension highlighting with the portable Chrome on the USB SSD.
Am I right with my interpretation? I assume that (just like with an installed Chrome on a built-in drive) I can utilize an extension to save tab data (e.g. Tabs Outliner or Session Buddy), but when attaching my USB SSD to another computer, then all tabs are needed to be loaded from scratch. The same as if I were to close all tabs on an installed Chrome, then opening all tabs again from Session Buddy.
I.e. it is not possible to retain the displayed page data for all the open tabs in portable Chrome on the USB SSD in order to display them the same way on another PC – so actually porting Chrome’s RAM content (loaded pages with some word highlighting by an extension) to another PC.
Is my interpretation correct?
Is it possible to continue a browsing session on another computer without the need to reload all the tabs’ content? Is there any way of achieving this?