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...
Control your personal info and #privacy yourself ^^ Moreover, Insanity Bit explains this very well on his blog: SRWare Iron Browser – A private alternative to Chrome? Its private policy and marketing strategy are well known. While I recommend Firefox as the most reliable browser for privacy enthusiasts (cf.
Note if a new browser with "better privacy" than Google Chrome is based on Chromium and is fully open-source, it should be ok for me. about:config settings), Chromium is probably a reasonable alternative for everyday web browsing.
Note that incognito mode disables all extensions by default.
for developers to update Chromium to the latest good build via a bash (shell) script, an add-on... Please, do not use this API to build other websites. Do not forget: It is open-source does not mean it is secure and respects user privacy (and security ≠ privacy).
Each snapshot build is then run through the automated tests.
If that snapshot build successfully passes the automated tests, it is considered as a good build: LKGR (Last Known Good Revision)... Note builds were stored in the Continuous repository until Friday, (1 year ago).
For a manual installation, read the #external-extension-installation part. These reports are known for few years ago: Yes, it is possible.
Add-ons for Chromium (and Firefox):u Block Origin u BO-Extra Your antivirus detects a malicious software in Chromium files. There is absolutely no backdoor or other malware inside. The common entry methods for Chromium virus are freeware downloads as bundled software (bundleware) and spam e-mails.
Adjust all settings and advanced settings in chrome://settings: Note: Extensions hosted on Chrome Web Store are updated via the Chrome update mechanism (cf.
Chromium source code) which developers and users do not control.
Packaged in the Portable format by Versatile Apps, it can work as standalone software. Its binary files are stored in the Snapshots repository of Google Storage.