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    Edge of a cliff will not be missed neither flash player being installed in 10 wish it would disappear as well.
    Will MS call it Edgroids :)
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    ThrashZone said:
    neither flash player
    Reminded me of flash cartoons that you used to get in the late '90s/early 00's. They were great fun. I was reminded of that song Mambo no. 5 which had lots of funny flash cartoon versions you could watch (20 years ago) with feeble cartoon graphics. I tried to google "flash a bit of monica" but didn't get family friendly results...
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    Windows 10 Pro 21H1 64 bit

    Chromium is an open-source project. I use Vivaldi and it is currently using Chromium ver 70.

    Chromium is now using the Blink rendering engine.

    Here are 2 links for those that want to know. It is above my pay grade but interesting.

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    Maybe this is the only way MS can avoid using Flash. The browser EDGE may require it to run..
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    Phone Man said:
    Chromium is an open-source project.
    So? You can download the source for PowerShell or MS/DOS from Github if you are so inclined although why anyone would is beyond me.

    My problem with Chromium is it uses more CPU than Firefox (which is also open-source).

    I think generally one would use Chromium if your PC was more up to date and otherwise stick with Firefox. How they license things is pretty irrelevant - at least to me.
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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 1809 (OS Build 17763.437)

    Now that's being creative @Edwin
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