Pre-compiled Chromium for Windows 10 on ARM now available to download

Microsoft and Google are working together after a long time and it’s generating some fruitful result. So far Microsoft’s work on Chromium-based Edge is going well and the users are liking the browser. Apart from that, both the companies are also working on bringing Chrome to Windows 10 on ARM.

Unfortunately, we don’t have an ETA on when Chrome will be available but we do now have an idea of how it might look like. A developer managed to install and run Chromium on a Snapdragon 855 device.

Of course, the build isn’t perfect but is a testament to what we can expect to see in the coming days. We don’t have an ETA on when the final build will be ready but if you have an ARM-based device you can now download and try it for yourself.

The binary is available via a Telegram channel and can be found here.

Of course, it is never ideal to download a binary from an unofficial source, but those tweeting have been part of the community for some time.

Via: Windowsblogitalia

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