Chromium (web browser)

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Chromium is a free and open-source web browser developed by Google.wikipedia
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Google Chrome

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It is a fully functional browser on its own and supplies the vast majority of source code for the Google Chrome browser.
Most of Chrome's source code comes from Google's open-source Chromium project, but Chrome is licensed as proprietary freeware.

OpenBSD

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OpenBSD has had Chromium available for i386 and amd64 platforms since late 2009.
, OpenBSD includes approximately 8000 packages in its software repository, including desktop environments such as GNOME, Plasma 4, and Xfce, and web browsers such as Firefox and Chromium.

VP8

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In July 2010 Chromium 6 daily builds introduced new features focusing on user interface minimalism, including a unified single page and tools menu, no home button by default (although user configurable), no "go button", a combined "reload/stop" button, bookmark bar deactivated by default, an integrated PDF reader, WebM and VP8 support for use with HTML5 video, and a smarter URL bar.
Opera, Firefox, Chrome, and Chromium support playing VP8 video in HTML5 video tag.

GTK

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In July 2009 Chromium incorporated native theming for Linux, using the GTK+ toolkit to allow it fit into the GNOME desktop environment.

Puppy Linux

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Puppy Linux has had Chromium available starting with Chromium 5.0.342 on Lucid Puppy 5.0.0, based on the Ubuntu application repository.
Puppy 5 came with a stripped down version of the Midori browser to be used for reading help files and a choice of web browsers to be installed, including Chromium, Firefox, SeaMonkey Internet Suite, Iron and Opera.

HTML5 video

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In July 2010 Chromium 6 daily builds introduced new features focusing on user interface minimalism, including a unified single page and tools menu, no home button by default (although user configurable), no "go button", a combined "reload/stop" button, bookmark bar deactivated by default, an integrated PDF reader, WebM and VP8 support for use with HTML5 video, and a smarter URL bar.
Although it has been removed from Chromium, it has yet to be removed from Google Chrome five years later.

Blink (browser engine)

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The Blink browser engine (a fork of the WebKit engine ) was introduced on 4 April 2013 in Chromium 28.0.1463.0.
It is developed as part of the Chromium project with contributions from Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Opera Software ASA, Adobe Systems, Intel, IBM, Samsung, and others.

Lubuntu

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Lubuntu used Chromium as the default browser since its first release, Lubuntu 10.04 in April 2010, until Lubuntu 13.10 in October 2013 when it moved to Firefox instead.
Julien Lavergne announced in June 2013 that Lubuntu 13.10 would ship with Firefox as its default browser in place of Chromium.

Blisk (browser)

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Blisk is a freemium Chromium-based web browser that aims to improve productivity and code quality by providing a wide array of tools for Web development and testing for different type of devices: desktop, tablet and mobile.

Brave (web browser)

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Brave is a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on the Chromium web browser.

Comodo Dragon

Comodo Dragon (web browser)
It is based on Chromium and is produced by Comodo Group.

Adobe Flash

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The first developer releases for Chrome on the Linux and macOS platforms were made available in June 2009, although they were in a very early stage and lacked Adobe Flash, privacy settings, the ability to set the default search provider and even printing at that point.

Buildbot

Chromium snapshots are built automatically several times a day by Buildbot Buildslaves and made available as binary code releases.
It began as a light-weight alternative to the Mozilla project's Tinderbox, and is now used at Mozilla, Chromium, WebKit and many other projects.

Cốc Cốc

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Cốc Cốc browser (previously Cờ Rôm+) is a freeware web browser focused on the Vietnamese market, developed by Vietnamese company Cốc Cốc and based on Chromium open source code, which is the same platform used by Google Chrome, Opera, and Comodo Dragon.

Ubuntu version history

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Ubuntu started offering Chromium through the Ubuntu Software Center starting with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS as part of the "universe" repository.
Consideration was given to changing the default browser from Mozilla Firefox to Chromium, but problems with timely updates to Ubuntu's Chromium package caused developers to retain Firefox for this release.

APNG

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Chromium 59.0, released on 4 March 2017, added support for the Animated Portable Network Graphics (APNG) file format.
On March 15, 2017 APNG support was added to Chromium.

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Epic (web browser)

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It was developed by Hidden Reflex (a software product company founded by Alok Bhardwaj, based in Washington DC and Bangalore, India) from Chromium source code.

SRWare Iron

Iron
SRWare Iron is a Chromium-based web browser developed by the German company SRWare.

Torch (browser)

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Torch is a Chromium-based web browser and Internet suite developed by Torch Media.

Opera (web browser)

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Opera is a Chromium-based browser using the Blink layout engine.

Microsoft Edge

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Originally built with Microsoft's own EdgeHTML and Chakra engines, in 2019 Edge was rebuilt as a Chromium-based browser, using the Blink and V8 engines.