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On 6/3/2024 at 12:38 PM, win32 said:

Other features such as a UA/UACH spoofer

That's already been solved, along with other fingerprinting defences like Client Rects, I sent you a message. Writing here, too, in case you read without logging in. 

Regards.

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This branch is 1256 commits ahead of, 36159 commits behind chromium/chromium:main.

What does an average Joe get out of those commits?

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@NotHereToPlayGames, did a bit of digging regarding the slow startups/hang ups you get. By any chance, do you have Direct X9.0 A/B/C redist installed?

EDIT. OS doesn't matter.

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3 hours ago, NotHereToPlayGames said:

Nope, not in XP and not in 10.

Good! In my case that severely outdated piece of garbage from 2001 package added about a couple of seconds to the start of each browser. Another reason I found, old versions of Nero. Probably due to the bundled severely outdated codecs.

Take a look at your third party codecs (if you have any). Shark, K-Light, etc.

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11 hours ago, NotHereToPlayGames said:

Zero third-party codecs in 10.

Zero in the XP VM that browsers are tested in.  Do use an older version of K-Lite on my host XP.

Is there a chance you try on a totally clean OS? I recently had to help someone with a fresh install and tried several browsers there, all of them started waaaaay faster! I assume it may be a conflict with old software. You can also check and see, Chrome tries to load old codecs upon start. Look here:

chrome://conflicts

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On 6/3/2024 at 12:38 PM, win32 said:

Other features such as a UA/UACH spoofer and UI customization were being worked on as well.

Win32, hello, thanks for everything, please add the ability to customize HTTP2 data like header_table_size and window_size, etc.

There's a library that already implemented http2 spoofing: https://github.com/Noooste/azuretls-client

I assume you can use their code, I had also sent you a message with another idea, but you don't visit MSFN again.... :unsure:

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4 hours ago, Dixel said:

Is there a chance you try on a totally clean OS?

Always a totally clean OS.

I always do browser tests in a VM "clone" of a totally clean brand new OS install.

My brand new OS install is NEVER touched.

It is "cloned" and any-and-all tests are done in that CLONE.

Then the CLONE is DELETED.

Then the NEVER TOUCHED is re-CLONED the next time I need to run the VM.

The never-touched VM basically STAYS at "seconds from just after a brand new install" for LIFE.

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12 hours ago, Saxon said:

People already write about Supermium 124.0.6367.245, but only Supermium 122.0.6261.152 (R6) - "SECURITY PATCH" is available for download.

12 hours ago, ED_Sln said:

Except that instead of the x32 version there are debug files

... Read these GitHub comments, if one's after the x86 binaries: 

https://github.com/win32ss/supermium/issues/686#issuecomment-2183203030

https://github.com/win32ss/supermium/issues/686#issuecomment-2183230334

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