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Chrome spin offs issues...

Discussion in 'Tech Temple' started by darkkarasu, Sep 3, 2017.

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  1. darkkarasu Trophy Hunter

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    Torch, currently experiencing weird memory bug...
    UC Browser seems to have delays in just surfing the web.
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    Opera has some weird features that I kinda like...


    (Been using torch/UCbrowser can't decide, I like the chrome feel of torch with better plugins but the weirdness feature galore of UC is... I use both sometimes I think I do it just to experience these laughable bugs...
     
  2. Vashnik Retired staff

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    Chrome itself is a spin-off of the Chromium project. It actually goes something like this:

    Chromium (core project)
    ↙ ~ (All branches of Chromium) ~ ↓ ~ (All branches of Chromium)~ ↘
    Google Chrome ↔ Opera ↔ Torch (less common) ↔ UCBrowser (less common) ↔ Comodo Dragon ↔ Other​
    ↪ Chromodo*​

    Opera, before Chromium, had it's own unique engine. The "Speed Dial" feature, was likely where the "Featured Sites" page and the "site pinning" came from idea.

    *Chromodo is Comodo's spin off of Google Chrome. Comodo has both Chromodo and Dragon. Dragon is a re-design with security updates while Chromodo keeps the familiarity of Google Chrome and more frequent updates that Google Chrome gets while also adding the security features of Dragon.

    Anyways, I use Chrome, Chromodo, Dragon, Opera, and install Chromium on any Linux distro I test and intend to use. If the Linux distro doesn't have Chromium in it, I usually get rid of the distribution once I'm done checking it out.
     
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