ungoogled chromium for windows

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      This is just a follow up to the great tips from @Moddit about ungoogled chromium in linux.

      For those that use Windows in a dual boot mode along with antiX, I found out an easy way to install and update ungoogled chromium in Windows. Ungoogled chromium would be an alternative to Chrome and Edge in windows. I have tested it and works good for me.

      In command line (cmd.exe), to install just type:
      winget install -e eloston.ungoogled-chromium

      To update, in command line type:
      winget upgrade -e eloston.ungoogled-chromium

      Because of the way that ungoogled chromium works, you have to manually install ublock origin, similar to that in ungoogled chromium in linux.

      To disable telemetry:

          Type chrome://flags/ into the address bar.
          Find and adjust these settings accordingly:
              Set Anonymize local IPs exposed by WebRTC to enabled (helps keep WebRTC from leaking your private IP address everywhere)
              Set Disable search engine collection to enabled
              IF JAVASCRIPT IS ENABLED: Set getClientRects() fingerprint deception to enabled (this makes fingerprinting your system/browser harder)
              IF JAVASCRIPT IS ENABLED: Set Canvas::measureText() fingerprint deception to enabled
              IF JAVASCRIPT IS ENABLED: Set Canvas image data fingerprint deception to enabled
          Make sure to re-launch the browser for these changes to take effect

      I found these instructions from:

      Hope this information is useful to someone.

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