I'm making the switch to...

  • Brave browser

    Votes: 8 19.0%
  • Google Chrome

    Votes: 3 7.1%
  • Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

    Votes: 14 33.3%
  • Mozilla Firefox browser

    Votes: 17 40.5%
  • Total voters
    42
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  • Brave browser
  • Google Chrome
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Spawn

Administrator
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There has been a lot of news coming to light regarding Internet web browser this year. Let's see which one you'll be switching to.

Here's a short run down;
  • Chrome restricting Ad-blockers, dark mode and more colours
  • Firefox with enhanced privacy out of the box, and upcoming premium services for VPN and cloud storage
  • Brave with their blockchain-based tokens, rewarding creators and maintaining privacy
  • Microsoft with a Chromium-based browser to replace Edge, without all the shame of Google

If you are going to make the switch, which one are you going to?
 

L0ckJaw

Level 11
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Content Creator
There has been a lot of news coming to light regarding Internet web browser this year. Let's see which one you'll be switching to.

Here's a short run down;
  • Chrome restricting Ad-blockers, dark mode and more colours
  • Firefox with enhanced privacy out of the box, and upcoming premium services for VPN and cloud storage
  • Brave with their blockchain-based tokens, rewarding creators and maintaining privacy
  • Microsoft with a Chromium-based browser to replace Edge, without all the shame of Google

If you are going to make the switch, which one are you going to?
Vivaldi is also a great browser !
 

TairikuOkami

Level 23
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Content Creator
Looking forward to the new Edge, hopefully they will upheld to their promises, but I bet it will interconnected with MS account.
Firefox was my favorite, but with their forced anti-tracking, I am not longer interested. Brave and Chrome are out of the question.
 

Gandalf_The_Grey

Level 22
Verified
Looking forward to the new Edge, hopefully they will upheld to their promises, but I bet it will interconnected with MS account.
Firefox was my favorite, but with their forced anti-tracking, I am not longer interested. Brave and Chrome are out of the question.
Like Google Chrome you don't have to login with your account on the new Edge. Only if you want to use the sync functions. The dev version works great while being not logged in.

For me personally it depends on what the browser and extension authors will do with extension manifest v3.
I would love to be able to continue using the new Edge with a fully functional uBlock Origin and or AdGuard extension.
If not maybe Brave or Opera with their built-in adblocker. Time will tell.
 

ebocious

Level 4
Well yes, there's nothing on their website to make it appeal to the privacy-conscious or any other exciting features. Plain old boring Vivaldi.
Read about Vivaldi privacy features here. When I installed Windows 10 on a flash drive plugged into a netbook, it was nearly impossible to launch Chrome or Firefox. So I went looking for the lightest browser I could get my hands on, and found Vivaldi. It launches every time I click on it, just like it should. It's plenty exciting!
 
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