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Please note this is not official information confirmed by Google, this is just my conjecture! I have found a new 64-bit version of Chromium – the open source web browser project from which Google Chrome draws its source code. This is a true 64-bit version, not WoW64 (Windows 32-bit on Windows 64-bit).
We have a long way to stable release – Chrome Release Channels
Google Chrome WoW64 (x86) vs Chromium Win64 (x64)
I am the author of Chromium Auto Updater – a small and fully automated utility that will update your Chromium browser every day.
Download: Chromium (x86) Auto Updater v1.8 (English)
Download: Chromium (x86) Auto Updater v1.8 (Polish)
Download: Chromium (x64) Auto Updater v1.8 (English)
Download: Chromium (x64) Auto Updater v1.8 (Polish)
Please check this website, if you want to download the latest version of the browser for your operating system.
Chromium Auto Updater is a small and fully automated utility that will update your Chromium browser every day.
Now, you can make use of this simple and accessible piece of software to quickly update your browser without having to download the new version every time it updates.
Here are some key features of Chromium Auto Updater:
- daily update for Chromium browser at 8pm (can be changed)
- you don’t have to close browser during the update
- you can update anytime by ‘Start Menu’ icon
- does not work in the background and does not waste RAM memory
- can be used (first use) as a Chromium Installer if browser not installed
- you can install and use Chromium independently of Google Chrome
- installation and uninstallation takes only 1 second
Browser Wars is a metaphorical term that refers to competitions for dominance in usage share in the web browser marketplace. The term is often used to denote two specific rivalries: the competition that saw Microsoft’s Internet Explorer replace Netscape’s Navigator as the dominant browser during the late 1990’s and the erosion of Internet Explorer’s market share since 2003 by a collection of emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, and Opera.
According to Wikipedia, Microsoft Security Essentials does not run on Windows 8, which has an antimalware subsystem of its own. Guess what, they’re wrong!
Why Microsoft Security Essentials?
This is not an official updater! The MSE files have not been modified!
It supports Windows 8 RTM build 9200, but may work with older versions too.
The author is not responsible for any damages this mod may cause to your system.
Official MSE Beta Installer:
Unofficial MSE First Ever Installer for Windows 8:
Unofficial MSE First Ever Uninstaller for Windows 8:
Free malware protection tool Microsoft Security Essentials has become one of the world’s most popular security package but the story of Microsoft antivirus software goes back to 2003. Learn about the history of antivirus software and get ready for a surprise, First Ever Exclusive – a new security application from Microsoft!
A small tool that adds new items to the Quick Access Menu.
Windows 8 Power Shortcuts is an application that adds new items to the Quick Access Menu in Windows 8.
The shortcuts that this application adds to the ‘Win+X’ menu are:
Lock, Sign out, Sleep, Shut down and Restart.