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This was both Chrome and Chromium at the old site, but I split it into two. It was done while I was sick and so it's pretty short. I'm still not quite feeling up to snuff, but I'm much better than I was.

Feedback is awesome.

And, yes, I'll do the other half (Chromium) soon. I might stick it in the queue and use it as an emergency article, for when I'm not feeling well or have a spotty connection due to the weather.

I am using the flatpak version of Chromium. It is a few versions ahead of the version in the Debian Sid repo.
Installed: (none)
Candidate: 90.0.4430.212-1

Flatpak version is 92.0.4515.131
I'll do Chromium sometime soon - it's still up at the old site - if you want to use it via PPA. I've found the PPA is pretty solid at keeping it updated to the newest version - normally. I think it's actually lagging behind on 91 at the moment. I am not sure why. Usually upgrades are within a day or so of release.

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