I wanted a thread specifically to discuss the fantastic open-source, privacy-focused Chromium builds from (https://chromium.woolyss.com/). I did not think that it would be appropriate to discuss these builds in the main Chrome Stable Channel Update thread because that is intended for official Google Chrome stable release discussions. There is also a thread within all things UNIX discussing Ungoogled-Chromium but that is specific to Linux builds. The one thing that I was not sure of was whether this topic should be within other software & services or one of the Privacy sub-forums. For each of the builds, you have a choice between: Installer or Archive Stable or LKGR Sync - WebRTC - Windvine (builds containing Google API's) No Sync - No WebRTC - No Windvine (privacy-focused builds with no Google API's) Recently, they have been providing PGO-optimized builds as well which is what Google Chrome team has also been doing since M53 (x64) and upcoming M54 (x86) for performance improvements in Chromium. On top of all of that goodness, they have also been recently experimenting with compiling their typical vanilla Chormium builds but introducing some of the GitHub - Eloston/ungoogled-chromium patches bit by bit for an even more privacy-focused browser without Google API's and less Google oriented in general. Some fantastic links: Chromium builds (https://chromium.woolyss.com/) Omaha Proxy Chromium Release Calendar Chrome Platform Status chrlauncher * * chrlauncher is a tiny portable application which allows you to easily (and automatically) update Chromium builds and gives you the choice of different channels such as: Dev, Stable, etc. You can choose how often to check for updates and much more. Better yet, chrlauncher includes a portable Flash Player PPAPI binary. Therefore you can achieve an entirely portable Chromium, with auto-updates, channel selection, and portable Flash Player. I will add more and organize this better later.