Notification Center, Google Now Cards, App Launcher Land In Chrome For Linux (Dev Channel)

The latest Google Chrome unstable (dev channel) for Linux was updated recently, getting the Aura UI stack, Notification Center and App Launcher back. The Aura UI, Notification Center and App Launcher were added to Chrome for Linux a couple of months ago but they was removed shortly after that.  Aura, the new graphical stack for […]

Install Pepper Flash Player For Chromium In Ubuntu Via PPA

As you probably know, the latest Adobe Flash Player versions are available on Linux only through Google Chrome, while other browsers are stuck with version 11.2. If you want to use Chromium browser instead of Google Chrome, here’s an easy way to install Pepper Flash Player.The latest Adobe Flash Player that’s bundled with Google Chrome […]

Fix: Google Chrome Can`t Be Installed In Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail Due To Missing libudev0 Dependency

Google Chrome can’t be installed in Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail (fresh install) for now because of a missing dependency: libudev0. Until Google fixes this, here’s how to install the missing dependency so you can use Google Chrome (any version) in Ubuntu Raring. You can use Chromium instead of Google Chrome, but you won’t get the extra […]

Latest Google Chrome for Ubuntu 13.04/12.10/12.04/Linux Mint

Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu 13.04 Raring/Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal/Ubuntu 12.04 Precise/Ubuntu 11.10/Linux Mint Google Chrome browser that combines a minimal design with new technology designed to improve the user experience. Includes download and documentation. Google Chrome is a freeware web browser developed by Google that uses the WebKit layout engine. I love this browser […]

Keep Your Browser Profiles In tmpfs (RAM) For Reduced Disk Writes And Increased Performance With Profile Sync Daemon

Profile Sync Daemon is a tool to move the web browser profile to RAM, using tmpfs, which has the advantage of reducing disk writes (very useful for SSD), increased speed and responsiveness. The tool supports most browsers: Chromium, Google Chrome, Firefox (stable, beta and aurora), Conkeror, Midori, Opera (including Opera Next) and Qupzilla and is […]

How To Make Chromium Use Flash Player `Pepper` From Google Chrome

Adobe Flash Player 11.2.x is the last release available for Linux, future versions only being available through a new API called “Pepper” as part of Google Chrome. If you want to use the latest Flash Player 11.3.x in Linux, but with Chromium, not Google Chrome, here’s what you must do.1. Firstly, you’ll have to download […]