Hmm.. did not see that.
Although it gave an interesting morning project to setup Visual Studio, Vulkan SDK, etc.
Managed to compile them ok.
It seems to be buggy though, as it randomly, but reproducible, crash on loading a saved slot or changing level/map.
Doesn't work in Vivaldi either, Opera on the other hand behaves more like Chrome.
Both are using Chromium engine, though I'm guessing this has nothing to do with how browser displays text on their address bar.
This actually have some merits as some programs back in the days didn't clean up all of it's files or changes to the system where disk space were at premium.
It works by comparing and/or monitoring the changes before and after install.
The newer devices seems to improve the process time with faster SOC.
I remember a few years back when we rolled out the chip, some POS machines can take 5 whole seconds before asking for PIN code which then takes another a few more seconds to process it. Nowadays I'd say its pretty close to...