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Chromium is the open-source browser project from which Google Chrome draws its source code.

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Chromium is the open-source browser project from which Small Google Chrome iconGoogle Chrome draws its source code. Chromium aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way for all Internet users to experience the web.

An unofficial portable version of Chromium is available here: .

Windows binaries are available at .
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Chromium was added by cursedangel in May 2010 and the lastest update was made in Jan 2016. There is a history of activites on Chromium in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Chromium or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam. If you want a nice widget to put on your website check these out.

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Yep, i find myself installing chrome cause I like the inbuilt PDF reader that's lacking in chromium. It makes quite a difference.


The only different between this and Chrome is the icon. :P

Just kidding. But ignoring ideological issues about open-source and whatever, the differences between Chrome and Chromium are barely noticeable to a normal user. Featurewise, there isn't much discrepancy between the two. Chrome includes built-in support for MP3s and some other proprietary stuff, so certain Chrome extensions that require this support might not work on Chromium. Also, Chromium includes a couple of small extra features that are normally only available in the beta versions of Chrome. However, most of these extra features are "experimental features", so they're not even enabled by default-- you have to type about:flags into your address bar to activate them.

To sum it up: Chrome and Chromium have a few differences, but if you're a normal person, the biggest difference between the two will still be the color of the icon.


Added OSX to the list of supported platforms. Don't know why it wasn't in there.


all the functionality without google branding :) Chromium FTW


i like chromium very much, for some reason i like it even more than chrome lol


Yay for Chromium!

It's a better choice than Chrome on Ubuntu since Chromium is in the Ubuntu repos. Then you don't need Chrome's updater, it just uses Update Manager! :D