Just out of curiosity.
JoshStrobl always been firefox. surprised 1% of people use gnome web, i think it's quite neat! people who use vivaldi, chrome and opera, tut tut...
I have to add that FIREFOX means in my case only in private mode and a lot of the features on offer turned off.
I also kick out most of the default search engines, I only keep Startpage.com and, in case needed, Google and DuckDuckGo.
JoshStrobl Good evening first of all I would like to know how I can install the latest beta version or the stable version of opera is the only browser that I like because it works perfectly on my computer and used firefox and consumes a lot of memory and chrome less than less is currently excessive consumption stable version of the opera is 60.0.3255.27 and I would like to install it in advance thank you very much and apologize if my English is not perfect I am using a translator thanks
There are only 3 choices:
What about terminal browsers? :p
Girtablulu There's an "Other" for a reason 😉
Girtablulu Haven't you read Kyrios' reply? there are only three choices. Since Terminal browser aren't based neither on Webkit/blik nor Gecko/Servo that means they're in the obsolete category.
firefox, with a ton of privacy adjustments and addons
Severals profiles on Firefox & Brave, for different use with different addons
My favorite is always Firefox! But, currently I've been using Qutebrowser. Because I like how I can easily customize the browser colorscheme and the vim keybindings.
yursan9 If you want to customize the colour scheme, I recommend you take a look at the Firefox Colors extension
In a perfect world, I'd have a browser like Vivaldi with the Gecko rendering engine and without all the random stuff it has that I'll never use. With vertical tabs.
In the real world, it's pretty much gotta be Vivaldi.
I really like Vivaldi, and love the fact that it is included in repositories with Snapshot version, which i use.
Really great browser with cool ideology behind it to offer as much customisation and functionality as the user needs. Sad, that it's closed source (if i am not mistaken?).
DNI_R Well, it is pretty hard to make money if you develop an open source product (working in such company). However, they provide full transparency and only small bits of code are close-source such as the features they provide on top of the "chromium base". Also, the closed source code can be read by anyone so there is no privacy-related problem.
Can't select two options.
Firefox and Vivaldi.
BTW thanks for the Vivaldi snapshots in the Software Center and weekly updates!
Firefox on Linux;
Brave on Windows;
Opera on Android.
Brave, because it consumes less ressources for me than firefox. And i can use the citrix workspace app (google chrome app) which i need
sol2maz - - - Had I not been in hear wandering around the forum and seen this topic with your post I never would have know about ( Citrix ) ! ! !
Heck ya now I don't have to wait until I am at work to check on Job Applications , or use work related e-mail.
I will need to go do some reading now.
Firefox! Links on terminal.
Firefox. Vivaldi for things that need Chrome for some reason
🦀 Qutebrowser 🦀
Firefox, fighting the Chrome/Blink dominance (seeming more and more futile, but still ^^)
I literally JUST changed from Chrome to Vivaldi after reading this poll, and testing it out! So much better...
FF on Solus. Would not touch Chrome with a 10 foot pole.
XerXes I never really had any 'issues' with chrome. Of course, I had to install noscript and adblock extensions to keep it in check. But the overall Google philosophy had me considering moving on anyway. Snoople.
Wouldn't touch anything googleistic like Chrome with a pair of tweezers!!
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