List of Chromium Command Line Switches How to use a command line switch? The Chromium Team has made a page on which they briefly explain how to use these switches. Conditions These are rather technical. While most are pretty self-explanatory, keep in mind that any condition means that a switch isn't always available. The constant OS_WIN must be defined.
Google Chrome As of March 2014, StatCounter estimates that Google Chrome has a 43% worldwide usage share of web browsers, making it the most widely used web browser in the world. History Google's Eric Schmidt opposed the development of an independent web browser for six years. He stated that "at the time, Google was a small company," and he did not want to go through "bruising browser wars." Announcement The release announcement was originally scheduled for September 3, 2008, and a comic by Scott McCloud was to be sent to journalists and bloggers explaining the features within the new browser. Copies intended for Europe were shipped early and German blogger Philipp Lenssen of Google Blogoscoped made a scanned copy of the 38-page comic available on his website after receiving it on September 1, 2008. Google subsequently made the comic available on Google Books and mentioned it on their official blog along with an explanation for the early release. Public release
Chromium Blog Home | Chromium Portable VMWare Unity Mode with Ubuntu 12.10 For ALL Your Browsing Needs – BEST Google Chrome Extensions On this page, you will find the best Chrome extensions for all your browsing needs. Using the right Chrome extensions can completely transform your online experience, and make your time on the Internet much more productive and interesting. We’ve made the effort to categorize the extensions and chose only those we believe to be the best ones and which will most likely be useful to you. A perfect tool for students/researchers and one of the best Chrome extensions for organization. Diigo lets you highlight, share and save web pages. Read selected content both online and offline. Xmarks syncs your data across multiple computers and browsers. The Evernote Web Clipper is the easiest way to save, mark up and share anything you see online. Helps you to collect, manage and cite the sources for your latest project. Bookmark and organise anything online that interests you into trees and share with others for a social bookmarking experience. Want to know what that word means? See a font that you like?
Pale Moon - portable! You can now take Pale Moon anywhere with you! You've enjoyed Pale Moon at home, or at the office. You've wondered if you could use it elsewhere: in a library, on a public computer, in a cybercafé... You need something portable, that is as simple as plugging in your USB stick and running your favourite browser, with all your bookmarks and passwords at your fingertips? Note: portables are not meant to have file/URL associations with the desktop. How do I use this? Three simple steps: Download the Pale Moon Portable file (below) Extract the contents of the file to your USB stick in a folder of your choice:Run the .EXE file and tell it where to unpack Run palemoon-portable.exe (not palemoon.exe) in the location you unpacked to That's it! Of course, you don't have to use a USB stick, any writable medium would work: External harddisk, a networked drive, even an MP3 player if it allows you to access it as a drive in Windows. Download Pale Moon Portable 24.4.2 x86 (32-bit):
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The Life And Death Of The Netbook [Opinion] Trends in computer technology come and go, but despite the hype that often surrounds new products, the industry doesn’t often change radically. Desktops are still sold in the millions, Windows is still the most popular operating system, and Intel still dominates the market for PC processors. Yet there is one recent trend that seems to have become the very definition of flash-in-the-pan – the netbook. Netbook Rising The first netbooks hit the scene in 2007. But there was something cool about these tiny computers, and hype began to snowball. Underneath the good news, however, there was trouble. Consumers Tricking Themselves Netbooks aren’t hard to make cool. Reality is less glamorous, however. Consumers were, in essence, tricking themselves. The Tailspin Begins And so, we come to today. It’s certainly not hard to buy a netbook online. Dismal reports can be found all over the web. There’s nowhere to go but down. Netbooks may not yet be buried, but the funeral procession has begun.