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So...which one should i use?
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Firefox + vimium + ublock + dark theme. Maximum comfy.
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>>68412416
Firefox beta.
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>>68412416
Google Chrome is the only choice
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Safari if you're on a Mac.
Chromium if you're on Windows. Firefox if you're on Windows and can't stand Chrome or Chromium.
Doesn't matter what you use on a Linux distro.
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>>68412514
Why can't people stand chrome or chromium?
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>>68412532
Because it's significantly inferior to a riced out Firefox
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the pne that suits you best
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>>68412451
This. Chrome just werks.
>m-muh botnet!
I don't care. It's very convenient and comfy to use.
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>>68412416
Brave Browser
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>>68412676
What does Brave do that others dont?
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>>68412532
b-bOTNET BOTNET BOTNET
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Opera
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Vivaldi. It's the rebirth of Opera.
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>>68412773
>built in ad and tracker blocking
>built in fingerprinting protection
>built in https everywhere and noscript
>private tor tabs
>earn bitcoin for opting-in to approved ads
>foss
>free of sjw shit
inb4 shills attempt to spread FUD
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Does anyone know how to use addons from Opera on otter-browser?
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None of the above
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Pale Moon is pretty much the only reasonable option left for now.
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install gentoo
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>>68412416
Get Basilisk.
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>>68412416
w3m
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>>68415283
Tried this but wasn't able to install
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/videospeed/
so into the trash it went.
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>>68416564
I was able to install it.
>Go to version history.
>select latest version.
>install
>Go to addons
>Force update.
Mozilla doesn't like forks to use it's addon page. Even though the main page will tell you to fuck off, just go to the version history and download from there. Force update it if you need to.
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>>68412416
Ungoogled Chromium
Vivaldi
A firefork that isn't Firefox
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Brave is unironically the bebst browser out right now
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>>68412622
t. NPC
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>>68412443
+ Modded Firefox userchrome CSS + stylus
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>>68417422
Sorry, not trying to be a cunt, why not Firefox?
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Firefox is based on any OS, Chromium is also a good alternative on Linux.
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I have always been on Firefox. I really can't stand anything chrome-based, the interface is just plain bad, besides the obvious botnet issue. Since I didn't like Firefox's changes on the last years, along with the political shenanigans (backslash from CEO supporting right wing, then the owners supporting left wing and even antifa) - i changed to waterfox, customized the way I wanted (especially with classic theme) and I'm good to go, top comfy.

The only things I use chrome for are some websites that use extensions, like rabb.it and bbc streaming. For anything else, I use waterfox.
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>>68412622
pleb
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>>68417394
Keeps telling me that the file is corrupt when I do what you say. Same thing when I try to install from local .xpi file. Tried even turning off the addon warning thing in options, nothing.
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>>68417394
>>68418320
Even tried creating my own .xpi file after downloading the source files from GitHub, same shit. Basilisk is fucked, I'm on 64-bit, default settings.
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vivaldi combine chrome + firefox.
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>>68418190
>bbc streaming
BLACKED.COM
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>>68412416
None of the above.
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>>68412622
Firefox also just works.
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>>68413033
tfw i actually use this despite it being chromium botnet
>>68413051
icecat is the fucking best tho
>>68414330
based iceweasel poster
>>68413468
>>earn bitcoin for opting-in to approved ads
>"There are 10,000 browsers on the world wide web, but only ONE that pays YOU!"
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>>68418190
based waterfox poster
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>>68412416
Degoogled Chromium/Variants
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>>68412416
Opera
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>>68412451
>Only choice
Obviously not..
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>>68412416
Opera, they just released their new mobile app and it works really good.
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Anything that's not failfox.
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Brave
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Since I need to move from Firefox 56.0.2 because it's a pile of shit, what browser lets me create a private TAB?
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lynx on xterm
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>>68412416
> Internet Explorer 6 ofc
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Is the whole Firefox destroys/damages SSDs shit true? If so how bad is it and can I effectively prevent it? Switche from chrome to firefox a couple of years ago, should I give chromium a shot? Any downsides compared to chrome?
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Firefox looked like it got fixed for a while but it's starting to get slow again. Just stick to Brave, but have Firefox installed in case you need to use one of the functionalities that Brave lacks like reading mode, save page as or screenshot whole page.
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>>68412451
Good goy, keep using that botnet.
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>>68418890
>Hahaha mom I posted again

Louis Theroux's last documentary was about polyamorous couples and it was painful and intriguing to see the cucks lying to themselves, though.
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Is there a script that works on most sites where it basically changes the background of a page to black and the text to white? So a dark theme for pages that don't usually have a dark theme.
>>68412443





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