The Chrome browser is fast, reliable, and quickly becoming the safest browser from a virus/malware perspective. Beginning in 2012, it doesn't even allow for the installation of 3rd party browser extensions that are not approved, which is why we don't yet provide software support for it. However, you can still change your IP address on Chrome by using our private IP relays (or "public" relays) without installing such software. This can be useful while traveling, testing your websites, and for privacy purposes.
This page describes how to change the IP of Chrome through the use of an Internet relay (known as a proxy). Both free and paid options are mentioned below.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Chrome uses the proxy/relay settings of Internet Explorer, so following the instructions below will also affect the IP of Internet Explorer. If you'd like to surf with your regular IP on one browser at the same time, then you'll need to install/use Firefox (or use Safari if you're on Mac).