Probably not, but that's why tools need to be combined, it's a good think to use a good hosts file, this one's a good choice, and Hostsman (a hosts file manager, DL from Majorgeeks) will help DL and isntall that particular hosts file to your PC, it'll help you keep crap away from your browser. Aditionally, there are extensions that block stuff, like tracking cookies from sources not listed in the hosts file, DoNotTrackMe is an example, and it'll block even things Google would not want you to block. So, yes, you have to make some moves and adjustments to get Chrome going, but the same is valid for Firefox. Now, if you are purists you guys could always try Chromium instead, which is what Chrome is based on, before Google slaps its brand on it. Chromium is an open source software project.