Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Chromium Portable, lightweight (cognitively and physically) and fast browser!
"Chrome is viewed by many to have a reputation for security, but a lot of security experts actually take the view that Chromium is superior in this respect... 'Chrome's code has to be able to tie into Flash Player, for instance,'... 'So more code is involved to integrate with other third-party products. This all introduces more complexities and more code paths.'" —Jack M. Germain, LinuxInsider.com (Nov 26, 2013 5:00 AM PT)
Chromium is the open-source web browser project from which Google Chrome draws its source code. The browsers share the majority of code and features, though there are some minor differences in features and they have different licensing.
   "What’s the Difference Between Chromium and Chrome?" by Chris Hoffman, HowtoGeek.com, Published 11/25/14.

Size: 163 MB (171,954,176 bytes) Packed Size: 52.8 MB (55,455,744 bytes)
MD5: 674349347D21FFBC9464255695061A08

Size: 201 MB (211,050,496 bytes) Packed Size: 59.5 MB (62,443,520 bytes)
MD5: 0B282CFF961F4221DE61213E4F827465

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Portable plugins and other NPAPI-friendly browsers

Chromium portable and Chromium-Nik portable compatibility

  • You can upgrade our Chromium-Nik's build portable to this build or vice versa.
  • They share the same portable configuration.
  • Your data will be preserved.

Portability Notes

  • Chromium writes non essential data to Windows registry and data folder while running.
  • Flash Player and IE Tab addon—if installed—writes to Windows registry and data folder while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.


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