This tutorial is for windows users only!
Get the Google Chrome Channel Changer tool from here. Once you’ve finished downloading (several KBs) run the file.
Select “Dev” like the picture below:
Download & Place the Script
Now you need to download your script. If you know the link to download, simply download it.
BTW, you can get plenty of scripts from here
Place the Script:
Open your explorer and go to the following location of your computer:
C:\Documents and Settings\*USER*\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
Note: Replace *USER* by your username.
Create the Directory
After going to the location mentioned above, create a new directory named “User Scripts”
Put your downloaded scritpts (something.user.js) files in this folder.
Final Step: Modify the Shortcut
Go to desktop (or whereever the Google Chrome icon is), right click on the shortcut of Chrome icon, click Properties.
Make sure you are in the “Shortcut” tab
put the text
-enable-user-scripts right after the text in the "Target" box. Make sure you put a space before
XP Users : Be sure that –enable-user-scripts is outside the directory’s quotes.
You’re done. Double click on the icon and start browsing. If the script is compatible, you’ll see the effects right now.