Which of these Web Browsers do you use?

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lab34

Level 6
Hello,
before joining MT, I was using Firefox...

Than, I've tried Cent Browser (google safe browsing... light memory consumption... fast...).

But because I wanted to have the last security patch, and because I saw they are allowing mixed content like that:
Difference of security with Chrome

... I've switched to Chromium. (chrlauncher by HenryPP is great for handling updates ! chrlauncher)...
Memory consumption is not so big.

But, because there was nearly no differences between Chromium and Chrome, I've switched to Chrome !
I've kept a portable Chromium on my corp notebook (because it's portable...)

My son is laughing at me: "what browser are you using today :p ?"
 

rockstarrocks

Level 21
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Few years ago, when i started using PC i was thrilled by different browsers and applications. But now i am like, Firefox is working great why would i need 4 different browsers just to visit MT, WS, YT, FB and Gmail. Sure from time to time i give new browsers a go like Chrome, Neon and Opera (after every 2-3 major releases). And in case FF doesn't work i will always have Edge at my disposal.
Also Chrome doesn't have Noscript (only reason its not my default)
 

rockstarrocks

Level 21
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uMatrix and ScriptSafe makes you faster in deciding what to allow.
I will try these extensions againwhen next time i install chrome.
Although on FF, I don't allow js to run on any website except those which are safe and frequently visited by me. As what to allow i usually start with the main site then proceeds by seeing how it behaves. If it works without js, then i just don't allow it.
 

Handsome Recluse

Level 23
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I will remember these extensions when next time i install chrome.
Although, I don't allow js to run on any website except those which are safe and frequently visited by me. As what to allow i usually start with the main site then proceeds by seeing how it behaves. If it works without js, then i just don't allow it.
I forgot. There's also Quick Javascript Switcher (Chrome only).
 

TairikuOkami

Level 27
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Yandex - I was looking for a browser, which is "unfriendly" to EU/US, because of privacy issues.
I use Russian browser with its own sync and its own DNS via dnscrypt, as well as Russian emails.
 

JHomes

Level 7
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I prefer Chrome, just because of it's functions outside being a browser. Having profiles and the like is really cool. I bet other browsers do similar things but I've always preferred Chrome. Still, I had using Firefox for 13 years, but it's consumption of processing power was getting ridiculous.
 
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