Google Chrome is a relatively bare-bones browser, offering users speed and simplicity on the Internet. (see Ref. 1)
However, the browser also features optional plug-ins to enhance the basic Chrome software with email notifications, visual themes, stock tickers, weather apps and more. (see Ref. 2)
When you download Chrome from Google's website, the browser automatically installs to your default drive. There is no option to change the target directory during the installation process.
However, you can manually move Chrome to a different drive and use a "junction" to keep the program running smoothly in its new location.