The Chromium team has removed few LKGR builders (407399, 576253 and chromium-dev) but other ones still work (latest commit, latest builds).
Finally, there is no LKGR binary shared by the Chromium team... ^^ Except for stable versions, the developers use the official Snapshots repository to re-compile their builds. ;) Jerry Some developers maintain forks of Chromium that offer more features and enhancements. ;) And if you want to follow new Chromium features, check the Google posts of the Chromium Evangelist at Google Sometimes you need to use Google API keys to talk to some Google services (Sync, Speech, Hotword, Translate, Now, Hangout...).
My way You cannot be anonymous on web even using a VPN or TOR network.
But you can protect your privacy against user tracking tools.
Note flags often contain experimental or obsolete code, so they tend not to stick around for long.
- To disable/enable a browser feature: chrome://flags - To check for conflicting software: chrome://conflicts - To disable extensions/add-ons: chrome://extensions Also you can use #command-line-flags: --disable-extensions, --disable-gpu, --disable-accelerated-video-decode...
This is an open-source and custom-built version of Chromium optimized for portable use. ^^ Example: The current stable version on #linux is .
So, you can run it from an i Pod, USB flash drive, portable hard drive, CD or any other portable media. Free and open-source releases: Chromium on i OS is a big fake! It is the free and open-source project (#features) behind the famous Google Chrome browser. However, as a primary investor, Google gives a consistent guidance and provides all free tools and services related to the web browser. In this version, there are 140 patches which correct many issues (bugs, feature requests, enhancements...).
To prevent abuse, the site can audit each API request. Because all of these browsers are closed-source, outdated, based on Chromium (like Google Chrome and Opera)... But, if your browser is fully "open-source", it means that somebody with the capability can review the #source-code.
and most of the features they remove don't even exist in Chromium, in the first place. With versioning tools like or Git, it is easy for developers to find malicious code (Ex: Chromium downloads a Chrome extension as a binary without source code). This is better for secure browsing and user privacy.
Adjust all settings and advanced settings in chrome://settings: Note: Extensions hosted on Chrome Web Store are updated via the Chrome update mechanism (cf.