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  • carewolf
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    Originally posted by kvuj View Post

    Isn't chrome (chromium) one of the best browser in terms of security?
    No, that would be the forks of it that removes the spyware.

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  • piotrj3
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    Originally posted by jpp650 View Post
    Ah Embrace Enhance Extinguish Google edition

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  • darkbasic
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    Originally posted by jpp650 View Post
    That's terrible, Chrome is truly becoming the new Internet Explorer.

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  • numacross
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    Originally posted by Anvil View Post

    whats the difference, the FBI spy on you, the Federal Government spies on you. they do it incase your involved in some criminal activity. if you got a Mobile Phone, the Feds an Police spy on you.
    There's a difference between somewhat lawful spying by government agencies and being datamined for profit by a private corporation.

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  • mmplx
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    Originally posted by mmplx View Post

    Excuse my ignorance, but how to you check it's doing it? Just by eyeballing or is there a more formal method?
    Oh, I now see there is chrome://gpu/ !

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  • mmplx
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    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    But in my tests, it didn't work in everything. Here it works on a RX550, but I believe I tested it a month ago with a Ryzen 3400G and i didn't work, but on Firefox was accelerating even VP9 videos (on the 3400g).
    Excuse my ignorance, but how to you check it's doing it? Just by eyeballing or is there a more formal method?

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  • M@GOid
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    Originally posted by piorunz View Post
    Why uses spying Chrome anyway?
    Oh, you are upset about that? So I sincerely hope you also abstain to:

    - Use a smartphone;
    - Use a third party e-mail provider;
    - Use any online service, free or paid;

    Among another things.

    Even Firefox come with "telemetry"on by default. So I hope you do your part to remain anonymous, otherwise "Spying Chrome" is just childish bellyaching.

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  • M@GOid
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    Originally posted by Avant View Post

    At least, the good thing is, not mentioned in the article, it's the first version ever that supports hardware accelerated video decoding on linux.
    I was about to say this. Just type "about:flags", them enable "Override software rendering list" and "Hardware-accelerated video decode", them restart the thing.

    But in my tests, it didn't work in everything. Here it works on a RX550, but I believe I tested it a month ago with a Ryzen 3400G and i didn't work, but on Firefox was accelerating even VP9 videos (on the 3400g).

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  • Avant
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    Originally posted by jpp650 View Post
    Thanks for sharing this. I knew that google would cut off sync support for chromium-based browsers but I didn't expect even for chromium.

    At least, the good thing is, not mentioned in the article, it's the first version ever that supports hardware accelerated video decoding on linux.

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  • Anvil
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    Originally posted by Aryma View Post
    did they stop support Manifest V2 yet ?
    i think there intentions are to remove that api in 2022 ? dont quote me on that though

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