|21 Feb 2024
|21 Feb 2024
This guide is intended to get you up and running with this tool quickly with the most common settings. For a thorough review of all options, refer to the official documentation.
The Chromium browser runs on Windows on Arm as a native ARM64 application, and is available on Arm Linux distributions.
The Chromium area of woolyss.com provides Chromium downloads.
Google API keys are missing from Chromium so you will not be able to sync information with your Google account.
The best way to install Chromium on Arm Linux is to use the package manager for your distribution.
To install Chromium on Linux:
sudo apt install chromium-browser -y
sudo apt install chromium -y
sudo dnf install chromium -y
Depending on your version of Ubuntu, Chromium may be installed as a snap from the Canonical Snap Store .
Chromium is available as a native ARM64 application for Windows on Arm.
Visit the download section of woolyss.com for the current releases.
Click on Installer for the version you want to use.
Run the downloaded
The install is silent so you will not see anything, but Chromium will be installed.
Chromium on Windows on Arm does not update itself so you need to update manually to get new versions.
Certain types of videos don’t play with Chromium. Video support is less than other browsers without DRM.
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