We are still actively working on the spam issue.
What is the point of the HAL 9000 allusion? Chrome doesn't really restrict users any more than Chromium does, it just packs in extra proprietary extensions and some other ways to track usage. It's pretty much the same base browser with the same capabilities, Chrome just ships with some proprietary Google stuff. --Eva-02 (talk) 20:24, 12 February 2014 (EST)
Chrome Revision History
First of all, I think the name change was absolutely retarded.
That being said, what about all the revision history held on the old page. Where'd it go? Is it lost to the ether?
It is located on the Chrome page as one would expect, although that page is currently set to redirect to the Chromium page. By the way, remember to sign future comments with four tildes. Rapespider (talk) 05:45, 23 February 2014 (UTC)
SRWare Iron is LITERALLY an outdated version of chromium and should be removed. As for comodo dragon, it's hardly notable. Add Iridium.
- Sleipnir should be added as it fixes Chrom*'s disgusting font rendering.
- Extensions and so on should be ordered.
- Article just looks a bit messy and ever so slightly ugly: it is because of the 'Installing extensions' section. Someone please fix it.
Add icons to notable extensions.
Reminder you're a bunch of lazyniggers for not helping me. Thank me.
- Include ScriptSafe, it's a very useful extension for privacy. It's possible to disable WebGL, spoof timezones, block canvas, AudioContext API fingerprinting, browser extensions enumeration, chrome battery API, gamepad emulation, custom fonts, clipboard access, remove refereers, ... And it is open-source: https://github.com/andryou/scriptsafe