Use of these policies outside of your organization (for example, in a publicly distributed program) is considered malware and will likely be labeled as malware by Google and anti-virus vendors.
Show Chromium OS accessibility options in the system menu.If this policy is set to true, Accessibility options always appear in system tray menu.If this policy is set to false, Accessibility options never appear in system tray menu. Both Chromium and Google Chrome support the same set of policies.Please note that this document may include policies that are targeted for unreleased software versions (i.e.
their 'Supported on' entry refers to an unreleased version) and that such policies are subject to change or removal without prior notice.These policies are strictly intended to be used to configure instances of Chromium internal to your organization. Spring is coming at an impressive pace in Europe: last year we still had snow in April, but this year we probably would be able to start the swimming season in less than three weeks. Here’s something more important we’re keeping pace with – our release cycle. This updated version includes stability fixes and a Chromium update to 33.0.1750.149.You can read more about the update on our Security blog Happy surfing!Working in Opera HQ since October 2011, using Opera browsers since I remember myself.Currently testing Opera's Web UIs (internal pages, like Speed Dial, Bookmarks, History, etc).