Thanks for all the input. I think this topic is really hopefully closed and addressed when a new version of software center is released.
Nevertheless I wanted to point out, that for me personally it is no issue at all with the browser, but I wanted to point out flaws in the user experience aka UX. It is common knowledge that there is more than 1 web browser out there, but I also get the strong feeling that a few of you cannot imagine how demanding people who rely on your tech support can be. E.g.: Tried already once to switch my mum to Firefox and explained it to hear patiently and made it as directly accessible as possible. A few weeks pass and I get a call from her telling me, that Google is deleted from her machine and she cannot access the Internet therefore. 😃
I am a big fan of Linux and FOSS in general and like to convert a few people, as I have the feeling it is superior by now. Of course I can even write my own scripts and run them as CRON job from time to time. Nevertheless, if I don't have the feeling that being user friendly, especially to newcomers isn't part of the core philosophy of a project, I won't recommend it any more. Personally I love living on the bleeding edge, but not for the people who rely on my tech support from time to time. It needs to just work then, as I have other duties and limited time.
Sorry for the long post, think all I want to say is: Solus is a project with huge potential, but at least in its current state its focus doesn't seem to be to remove rough edges. This is fine for me, especially if the alternative is slowing down the project's pace, but thought a little UX feedback would be welcome. 😉