This build is really just development tool for checking whether issues are fixed in the latest Chromium code. build does at least provide some level of guarantee that the particular revision actually should build, which is good for third-party builds for not wasting time on potentially uncompilable builds.
As a result, LKCR usually trails the trunk by a few revisions (commits).
Check the official blog post and build instructions to understand that Chromium cannot use the existing content/implementation, which is based on V8/Blink. As a regular user (not an expert), I created it in 2013 because I did not find a simple way to download good releases. The official developers (aka The Chromium Authors) do not release it to end users. build (also known as "Snapshot", "Nightly" or "Raw" build) is compile of the Chromium code whenever there are submitted code changes. A snapshot build will be created as long as the code compiles successfully.
So I give you the opportunity to download only nice Chromium releases ;) If you want, check the simplest multilingual page: → download/ This entire website (#news and #api included) is auto-updated each hour by the server itself. And then you Google a bit and follow all the instructions.So, you can run it from an i Pod, USB flash drive, portable hard drive, CD or any other portable media.You can take your bookmarks, extensions, themes and plugins with you. ^^ Example: The current stable version on #linux is .Chromium is not available on XP and Vista since version 50.For help, version 49 works fine (installer, archive, portable).It is there to make sure Chromium is launched in a separate thread. Open chrome://net-internals/#dns and click on the Clear host cache button.Without the "&", Chromium would exit as soon as you quit the Terminal. To use keyboard shortcuts (on Windows, Mac and Linux), check this full list of official shortcuts... Most of the shortcuts are similar to or any other browser. it is important to know where is stored your user data.If building straight off dev, it can be a guess whether a build will compile or not, so a third-party builder could be wasting processor cycles that could otherwise go to a known compilable build (LKCR).Each snapshot build is then run through the automated tests.If that snapshot build successfully passes the automated tests, it is considered as a good build: LKGR (Last Known Good Revision)... Note builds were stored in the Continuous repository until Friday, .The Chromium team has removed few LKGR builders (407399, 576253 and chromium-dev) but other ones still work (latest commit, latest builds).