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Friday, 10 October 2014

What is the difference between Chromium and Chrome?

Chromium is an open-sourced project that includes 3 parts: the browser, Blink and Chrome OS. Chromium is great for developers and those who like experimenting with Chrome-related features. Chromium is updated daily, which is a big deal. There are some things to keep in mind, though.
Google-Chrome-Chromium-iconBecause of its nature and licensing differences, Chromium doesn’t operate the same as its consumer-ready counter parts. Chromium doesn’t have Adobe Flash and PDF embedded, for example. This functionality has to be added in the form of plugins.
In addition Chromium is not updated automatically. You will have to update it manually whenever you wish to get the latest version of Chromium. The lack of said features may make Chromium sound inferior, but this open-source project is not really meant to be consumer-friendly. Many users claim it’s more private, though, which you may love.

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