As said by Facebook users, FB news feed is one of the most distractive and addictive design element of Facebook. In this lesson you will learn about killing this Facebook feature on your Google Chrome browser and get free from distractions.
All video broadcasting websites provides you a full screen button. Some popular video websites like YouTube also provides you a theater mode option in addition to full screen that allows you to expand video size.Now today in this lesson you will learn about instantly zooming, switching fullscreen and resizing videos as per your will in your Google Chrome, Chromebook or Chromium web browser.
Google Chrome freeze is a common problem experienced on Linux operating systems, specially on 64 Bit OS. This happens only with Google Chrome and Chromium browsers and it is happening since a very long time.
Google Chrome is built upon Chromium open source project, Google chrome is packaged and distributed by Google officially. In-short Google Chrome is a commercial and closed source product by Google which is based on open source Chromium project. Chromium, being open source is mostly used by Linux operating system users. For example: Chromium is available in Ubuntu repositories and one can download it from Ubuntu Software Centre, it maintained by Ubuntu developers and goes through their stable release and update process, same thing happens with other Linux distros and this makes Chromium more compatible for Linux based operating systems.
Another key difference between Google Chrome and Chromium is chrome is red where as Chromium is blue in color ;-) You should know that both web browsers share majority of code and features, only a few minor differences makes them a little bit different from each other.
For creating Chrome from Chromium, Google uses its source code and adds following features:
In-built print preview and print system
Google name and a different logo trademarked
In-built PDF viewe with proprietary license and code
Auto-update and tracking system called GoogleUpdate
Integrates Flash Player with proprietary license and code
Opt-in option for users to send Google their usage statistics and crash reports
By default Chromium only supports Vorbis, Theora and WebM codecs for the HTML5 audio and video tags whereas Google Chrome supports these as well as AAC (patent-encumbered) and MP3 (formerly patent-encumbered). Although there are more differences but these are the technical ones which affect user user experience.