- Jan 16, 2013
Hello, MT! How can I have my Chromium portable to run in a single process? I saw that Google Chrome has its base on Chromium so, every trick goes to be true on Chromium true.
I said that every thing you do with Google Chrome, you can do too with Chromium, knowing the fact that Chrome is based on ChromiumDidn't understand your last sentence, but multi-process browsers have increased stability when a plugin, extensions or webpage crashes. AFAIK, Chromium/Chrome, Internet Explorer and Opera are multi-process by design.
The single process model provides a baseline for measuring any overhead that the multi-process architectures impose. It is not a safe or robust architecture, as any renderer crash will cause the loss of the entire browser process. It is designed for testing and development purposes, and it may contain bugs that are not present in the other architectures.
As far as I know, this is the flag cromest eliminated a long time ago and does not work.
Is it really back up and running again? Not like to believe.
I tried to do this thing, but as I open the shortcut, it stops workingGoogle Chrome removed the flag (-single-process) a long time ago, Chromium still supports the flag however (--single-process), see their documentation for details: http://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/process-models#TOC-Single-process