I've never had it change the desktop, I think full screen mode for applications and the start menu works differently but regardless everything returns to the way it was when I change it back.My issue was where did the desktop go... and how do I get it back. Its super easy to switch back and forth once you figure out why the desktop went all broke AF. Its also the fact that now to get to the settings for things like say, microphone levels, what used to be two clicks is now something like 4-5... and its still exactly the same dialog it was in win 7, you just have to click through the settings ap first, now.
I used Waterfox until it was quietly sold to a shady data mining company last year which is extra bad considering it started out as a privacy oriented browser.
What is the state of the browser market? I know Chrome has the most but I don't care. What about other browsers how do they all rank ?
unfortunately, from what I have read, this workaround will be "fixed" in the next update and you won't be able to revert it.
I might have to look into the ESR version because I really can't stand this "new and improved" UI
My claim is that as a company, Mozilla is working in the wrong direction, and that I'm not going to bother checking to see how they control my information. They already stated they have an interest in being gatekeepers, not browser builders.
It opens up with deplatforming isn't enough. That's literally the opposite of transparency. The article isn't seeking to be "transparent" when it goes after advertisers and content creators, it wants to dox people and block their voices.
Also, I a cannot stress this enough, the changes to Firefox make it look like hammered shit on a sidewalk.
Well, shit. From a fire into a firepit. Are there any other Firefox based builds that I should check? Chromium based ones are okay too, its just tabs must be under navigation/search bar or otherwise my OCD flares up badly.
Firefox has an identity crisis. The organization wants to make it like Chrome to attract new users. But current users want the same old experience.