what browser do you use

fightingfi

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are they any GOOD alternatives to the norm? I cant fix my FF issues even after a clean install and dont want to use edge or chrome.
 
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Firefox most versatile, best extensions, and respects my privacy. May not be fastest if your counting nano seconds. I love how I can scroll through my tabs with mouse wheel and expose bottom navigation bar and context menus and bookmark bar.
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pendragon1

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edge, and that ^^^
edit: by "that" i mean wheres the poll?
 
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fightingfi

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Ah HA! i got it figured out Ublock was the problem so i went back to Adblock no problems and my pages load faster to !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Muhahahahah :D
 

warhol76

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I continue to be a chrome user. Have always been happy with it. I mess with Edge occasionally. Not bad at all. I have been hearing good things about Brave. But, I have not ventured in that direction.
 

The Mad Atheist

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Generally Pale Moon and Firefox so I can use DownThemAll to download images and YouTube video downloading extensions. Rarely use Chrome.

Samsung Browser, Brave, Chrome, and Firefox on my phone.
 
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Moved to Brave from FF last year on all platforms. Long time FF user, but changes over last two years, and particularly this year made me break the habit.
 

wra18th

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FF most of the time, Chrome and Edge for anything from work.
 
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Chrome. Too many things at work only works properly in Chrome.
 

FrgMstr

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are they any GOOD alternatives to the norm? I cant fix my FF issues even after a clean install and dont want to use edge or chrome.
I would start looking for one that corrects capitalization, punctuation, and grammar.
 

Furious Nerd

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Tried them all aside from Safari. Edge and Firefox for me. But I go Firefox because they are important for what they've done and I like MS but want to support the big players as little as possible because the big players typically harm the system overall in one way or another, and the whole *poly thing comes into play.

I'd use Min as a daily driver if it supported Widevine streaming for Hulu, Netflix. That's the biggest barrier of entry for browsers to me. Only the major players have DRM support and I like my X-Files.
 

brs677

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I go with Brave. I really liked Vivaldi but I ran into the same problem with it as I did with FF and Chrome, after a while it would use way too much memory even with only a couple tabs open
 
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