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Old 9 April 2014, 19:32   #1
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NGOHQ.com brings you a 64-bit version of Google Chrome, built from the Chromium source code version 36.0.1933.0. Making the fastest web browser on the planet even faster. Chromium is the open source project from which Google Chrome draws its source code. Chromium stores users' profile data in a separate location and can be run side-by-side with Google Chrome. Chromium comes without proprietary code like integrated Adobe Flash Player and PDF viewer.

Standard beta rules apply here: this is an experimental build, use it at your own risk. With that being said, everything should work just fine, even add-ons and extensions. On the other hand, only 64-bit plugins are supported, and as of now those are: Adobe Flash, Oracle Java and Microsoft Silverlight.

Download: Chromium 36.0.1933.0 64-bit
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Old 9 April 2014, 20:06   #2
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Well done, however I'm growing weary of all these browser versions/builds.
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Old 9 April 2014, 21:34   #3
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Does anyone else have an audio sync problem with flash player in firefox? It seems to work OK with this browser.
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Old 9 April 2014, 23:07   #4
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Firefox sucks that's why. I ditched it almost 2 years ago for Google Chrome. Firefox's downfall started after version 5. I expected Brendan Eich to improve things but now he's gone. The next version of Firefox will feature a new user interface that looks like Chrome.
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If only Chrome had a mouse gestures add-on that didn't suck, getting kinda sick of FF being screwy lately.
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i'll try it, i am ready for something new. i never have liked firefox but i started using it since opera 12 went to shit.
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Old 10 April 2014, 08:26   #7
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Old 10 April 2014, 15:28   #8
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The last thing that was keeping me with FF was the flashgot addon, equivalent of which is still not doable on chrome since it lacks some web interfaces. But I guess it's really high time to ditch this mother.
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If a certain version of FF was perfect, why not just stay on it.
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