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  1. Sidekick Browser wants to be a productivity-honed ‘work OS’ on Chromium Image Credits: Sidekick Browser The paradox of connected computing is how much information is made available to us in just a few clicks or taps — but also how this ocean of available data can overwhelm and lap over a particular bit of intel the moment we need to lay our fingers back on it. Fire up a web browser and it’s hard to deny it’s the best of times for knowledge work. Yet working across multiple browser tabs and windows can feel like the friction-filled, frustrating
  2. First bits of Google's Privacy Sandbox land in Chromium, designed to eliminate third-party cookies Google announced the Privacy Sandbox initiative back in August 2019 to "fundamentally enhance privacy on the web" by developing a set of open standards. The initiative's goals are to "make the web more private and secure for users" and also to support publishers at the same time. Privacy Sandbox aims to improve privacy on the Internet by limiting and eventually blocking techniques that are used to track users across the Internet, and by introducing new functionality
  3. Linux Mint re-adds Chromium to its official repositories Clem Lefebvre, head of the Linux Mint project, has shared some of the project's developments for October. He announced that the Chromium browser is now available from official repositories on Linux Mint and LMDE after it was previously removed and that the project has started work on an IPTV player. During the development of Linux Mint 20, you may remember that the Linux Mint team was angry about Chromium’s snapd requirement added by Canonical - the maintainers of Ubuntu. In response, it replaced the C
  4. HandyPAF

    Haihaisoft Xvast 1.1.0.1

    Another Chrome-based web browser. A web browser that relies on the Chromium engine to allow fast browsing with high security and support for the latest technologies. Combining the familiar look of all the Chromium-based browsers with the advanced protection that the latest Chromium core encompasses, Xvast delivers a high-security and fast web navigator that you can use to explore different web pages in multiple tabs. Xvast adopts all the features that are common for all the Chromium-based browsers, starting with the interface layout (which can be customized
  5. After a few days of rumors, Microsoft announced today that it's going to be using Chromium in its browser moving forward and that the new Edge will be coming to Windows 7, 8.1, and macOS. Now, Mozilla CEO Chris Beard has posted a response to the news, saying that it's bad for the internet. Mozilla says that Microsoft's decision to use Chromium and the Blink rendering engine basically gives Google a monopoly on what we see on the internet. Remember, Chromium is the open-source browser that Google Chrome is based on, and other third-party browsers use it too, like Opera, Vivaldi, and
  6. Microsoft today embraced Google’s Chromium open source project for Edge development on the desktop. The company also announced it is decoupling the browser updates from Windows 10 updates, and that Edge is coming to all supported versions of Windows and to macOS. Microsoft launched Edge in July 2015 as the default browser for, and exclusive to, Windows 10. But it never saw much adoption. Sure, Microsoft claimed Edge had 330 million active devices back in September 2017, but it never did reveal an active user figure beyond “hundreds of millions” (Google said Chrome passe
  7. Chromium-based web browsers such as Google Chrome, Brave, Vivaldi, Opera, or the new Microsoft Edge browser, may soon start up faster and use less memory. One of the effects of Microsoft switching over to the Chromium development camp is that even more engineers work on Chromium. Recent commits could soon improve the startup of the Chrome web browser and reduce memory usage as well. Chrome starts up quickly on modern systems but if you tried to run it on an older machine, you may have noticed that startup is delayed. Chromium-based browsers loa
  8. Windows Spellchecker in Edge, Chrome, and other Chromium browsers Microsoft's decision to switch to Chromium as the source for the company's Edge browser has injected even more development resources into the project. One of the latest commits by Microsoft engineers introduces support for the Windows Spellchecker in Chromium. Any changes to the classic version of Microsoft Edge benefited that browser only previously. With Microsoft now focusing its energy on Chromium, any improvements made to Chromium benefit all other Chromium-based browsers as a cons
  9. BY Paul Thurrott Thanks to the open-source nature of Chromium, Microsoft has had its first major and positive impact on Chrome, Google’s web browser. Thanks to a feature request from Microsoft, Google will issue a change to Chromium, the open-source project by which Google makes Chrome, that significantly improves battery life. “Today, media content is cached to disk during acquisition and playback,” Microsoft’s Shawn Pickett explains in his change suggestion for Chromium. “Keeping the disk active during this process increases power consumption in general,
  10. Microsoft makes more progress in scrolling improvements for Chromium Microsoft has confirmed multiple times that it’ll bring smooth scrolling to Chromium-based browsers, including Google Chrome. Microsoft is very keen on delivering on this promise, as the work on the project has advanced in the past few days and another new feature has been detailed in a commit. As per a new commit, Microsoft plans to allow autoscrolling to continue in Chromium when the cursor leave
  11. A first look at Microsoft’s new Chromium-powered Edge browser This could be your new default browser on Windows Microsoft is rebuilding its Edge browser on Chromium. The software maker has been testing versions of this browser internally at Microsoft, and now The Vergehas secured an exclusive first look at the early work thanks to a source who wishes to remain anonymous. While the previously leaked screenshots made Edge look very similar to Chrome, Microsoft is adding its own touches and animations to make it look and feel l
  12. Completely Reset the Chromium-Based Microsoft Edge Browser The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is now available for download, still unofficially since Microsoft hasn’t yet published the highly-anticipated preview build, so you can already find out what the software giant has been working on lately on the browser front. Technically, Microsoft Edge is Microsoft’s very own interpretation of Google Chrome, and because it’s based on Chromium, it comes with features that are similar to the ones in Google’s browser. The new Edge, however, retains the look and feel of the o
  13. Vivaldi 2.4 Released with Multiple User Profiles, New Customization Options Vivaldi 2.4 is now available for download on Linux, Windows, and macOS with an impressive lineup of new features, including support for multiple user profiles. First and foremost, the number one highlight in this release is a new customization option for toolbars. Beginning with version 2.4, Vivaldi users can simply drag buttons between select toolbars to further tweak the interface of the browser, thus making sure it matches their expectations. You can even reposition the reload and the
  14. Radpop

    SRWare Iron 73.0.3800.0

    SRWare Iron 73.0.3800.0 Chrome thrilled with an extremely fast site rendering, a sleek design and innovative features. But it also gets critic from data protection specialists , for reasons such as creating a unique user ID or the submission of entries to Google to generate suggestions. SRWare Iron is a real alternative. The browser is based on the Chromium-source and offers the same features as Chrome - but without the critical points that the privacy concern. We could therefore create a browser with which you can now use the innovative features without worrying about
  15. How to Allow Extensions in Chromium Microsoft Edge’s Private Mode Microsoft Edge is now making the transition from EdgeHTML to Chromium, and naturally, this comes with a series of benefits, as the new engine is currently the number one in the browser world. One of the things that will be significantly improved when the Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge launches is the support for extensions, as the browser will support all add-ons that are currently running on Google Chrome. In other words, Microsoft will finally resolve a major drawback of its browser, as pretty mu
  16. Chrome is the most popular browser in the world, but there would be no Chrome without Chromium, the open source project that underpins it. Here's what Chromium is, where you can download it and how it shapes your online experience. [And, if you hate it, here's how to get rid of it.] The Chromium Development Documentation Project (CC BY 2.5) While the names are similar - Chrome and Chromium - the labels represent two different web browsers. But they are related. One leads to the other. One is open-source, the other is not, not really.
  17. Unofficial Build of Chromium for Windows 10 ARM Now Available for Download Microsoft’s migration from EdgeHTML to Chromium for Microsoft Edge browser opens the door to a whole new series of opportunities for Windows 10. As part of Google becoming a bigger supporter of Windows 10 as a whole, Chromium is soon expected to arrive on the Windows 10 ARM platform as well. And while Microsoft and Google are currently working on this project, a skilled developer recently managed to get Chromium up and running on Windows 10 ARM. Today, an unofficial build of this
  18. Microsoft's Chromium-based Microsoft Edge web browser has not been released yet as a stable version; the preview versions that Microsoft released, Microsoft Edge Dev and Canary, provide a good understanding of the browser already, however. The web browser relies on the same core that Google Chrome uses, and that makes these browsers look and behave similarly in most aspects. That's good on the one hand, as it means faster updates and better web standards compatibility, but it also means that there is little that distinguishes the browser from Chrome unless modified. Com
  19. Chromium's "Show Url" is the most useless thing I have ever seen in a browser Every now and then, browser makers make decisions that seem in diametrical opposition to what user's want or expect from a browser. Granted, these companies have lots of Telemetry data that the public does not have access to, and that data may suggest to them that the change makes sense. Google started to hide certain elements from the URL in the address bar some time ago. Particularly, Chrome hides https://, http://, and www from the URL by default and Chrome engineers stated that the inform
  20. Microsoft working on adding support for dual-screen devices to Chromium Last October, Microsoft officially unveiled the Surface Neo and Surface Duo. Both new Surface devices features a dual-screen design and are planned to launch soon. In order to prepare for the launch, Microsoft has been working with developers to add support for dual-screen phones. Today Windows Latest spotted the addition of "dual-screen emulation" to Chromium indicating support for dual-screen devices. The feature is currently hidden behind a flag but Microsoft is actively working on it.
  21. Open source Chromium browser shows up on the Microsoft Store If you've ever looked for web browsers in the Microsoft Store, you've probably come up short on finding anything at all. That's because according to Microsoft Store policy, any third-party browser needs to have the same rendering engine as its own Edge. But now, Edge runs on Chromium, which opens up the Store to a wide array of browsers. One of those is Chromium itself, which has now appeared on the Store, as spotted by Aggiornamenti Lumia. Chromium is an open sourc
  22. A team of Belgian researchers discovered privacy issues in how browsers, ad-blocking, and anti-tracking implementations handle third-party cookie requests. A team of Belgian researchers from KU Leuven analyzed third-party cookie policies of seven major web browsers, 31 ad-blockers and 14 anti-tracking extensions and discovered major and minor issues in all of them. Major issues include Microsoft Edge's unwillingness to honor its own "block only third-party cookies" setting, bypasses for Firefox's Tracking Protection feature, and use of the integrated PDF viewer in Chrome
  23. Changelog: https://blogs.opera.com/desktop/changelog-for-54/ What's New: https://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2018/07/opera-54-0-2952-60-stable-update/ All OS: https://get.geo.opera.com/pub/opera/desktop/54.0.2952.60/ Win - Patch: https://get.geo.opera.com/pub/opera/desktop/54.0.2952.60/win/patch/Opera_Stable_54.0.2952.60-54.0.2952.54_Patch.exe https://get.geo.opera.com/pub/opera/desktop/54.0.2952.60/win/patch/Opera_Stable_54.0.2952.60-54.0.2952.54_Patch_x64.exe Win - AutoUpdate: https://get.geo.opera.com/pub/opera/desktop/54.0.2952.60/win/Opera_54.0.2952.60_Au
  24. R3C0N

    Chrome alternatives

    IRON is crap. in the old days of Google Chrome some privacy, security related questions which Iron should fix was true but that was years ago. There is nothing more in Chrome but in Iron are lot of embedded Ads to fill the revenue/incoming money by the iron developers. As a noobee programmer who just installed the compiler to compile the chromium source code it is for a absolute beginner quite easy to put the hands on the chromium source to compile it and make some changes by it. I have several Emule mod source codes compiled and other stuff from sourceforge.net. I can tell you this what the I
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