Comodo Dragon ver 19.2 is now available for download

Comodo Dragon 19.2 is now available for download from the following link:


  • Chromium core 19.0.1084.56.


  • Crash during import from Chrome.

Alright :slight_smile: ;D Installed.

Thankyou, Thankyou :slight_smile:

This update appeared to download and install quicker and smoother than previous updates (Literally in seconds). :-TU
Thanks for the update.

Edit: Also speed during use appears to be faster when heavy image content is present. :slight_smile:

Clunky response wheel scrolling the image in the post found here is still happening. :-TD

Thanks for the release.

Thanks for the upgrade. Dragon seems faster at each release :slight_smile:

12 minutes to download, less than 2 minutes to install.

Download was done directly using the hyperlink to the installer given in the topic posting.

System: Laptop with Windows XP s.p. 3, Intel Celeron 2.0GHz, 512MB RAM

If that download speed is unusual for your connection simply stop and resume or restart the download. That can help to overcome a temporary server hiccup.

Very minor problem

Anyone else seeing a Maximize button problem ?

Next to the browsers close button (X), the right hand side of the maximize button seems to have the last third of it chopped off.

Win 7, aero turned off, using a theme (so possibly theme related)

Why does dragon have so many processes running?
Last time i counted there were 8 or 9 different processes this really neccessary?
Also comodo dragon does seem to leave an awful amount of garbage on the hard drive.
Ive used ccleaner and it has removed nearly 1GB of temp files etc just from this browser alone.
Firefox never dumps that much plus firefox only uses two processes.
Dragon maybe faster slightly than other browsers but the areas i have pointed out make it an awful browser in comparison.

The Chromium Blog: Multi-process Architecture :slight_smile:

thanks for the response ,very helpful.
I do like the browser but wasnt too sure about the amount of proceesses.
Thanks for clarifying.

Extensions and other things can add to the processes, and they do add up, so try to keep the browser lean. Tabs can also add to the processes.

Hi Mrarnold,
Dragons cache limit is around 320MB, this is used to help browsing performance.
If this is a concern, clear your browsing data regularly.

Thank you very much

Hi guys, thanks for the update :slight_smile:
I noticed CD was a bit slow to load pages and I was wondering why, 'cause it has always been pretty fast.
Then, i tried to disable the “Web intents” feature (under “Settings” → “Show advanced settings” → “Privacy” → “Content settings…”) and it seems CD is faster now…
Can anyone confirm this is possible?

Yup, with ‘Web Intents’ disabled so is Dragon running a lot faster.

Yup its much faster after disabling that.

Btw, what exactly is this ‘Web Intents’?

The Chromium Blog: Connect with Web Intents