stobs, 12 Jun 2019you dont use browsers on your phone? interestingwhy ?
Saswat, 11 Jun 2019Now Firefox is going against it own motto of being open and free.Free in this case doesn't mean "doesn't cost money". Their primary reason for doing it is to reduce their monetary reliance on Google in case they don't renew default search contract.
Immobilizer, 10 Jun 2019Siding with Firefox is a definite must for anyone who thinks Google controls their life throug... more> the idea of firefox is worth it
> but the current developers of firefox are NOT
> they never listen to user feedback unless it aligns with their motto of 'curb customization' and 'slowly strangle the user without them realising it'
> of late, even the newsletters feel like they're trying to brainwash their users into thinking their browser is the ultimate land of utopia or something when it sure as heck isn't!
the only reason i use it these days is that it still runs a little better than chrome, though opera seems to be the most memory friendly of them all (despite the great firewall of china owning it i.e. despite the spying risk)
Pritam923, 10 Jun 2019After seeing this post I didnÂ’t understand...this is gsmarena or web browser arena ?you dont use browsers on your phone?
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019Brendan Eich, the former C.E.O of Mozilla Foundation wasn't fired. He elected to resign himsel... morebasically, there's no true freedom of expression. its only 'the cage of freedom'.
if someone likes lgbt, its their opinion/choice.
likewise, if someone dislikes lgbt, it is again their opinion/choice.
but in today's world, the second person would face a lot of flake from a bunch of fraudulent 'virtue signallers' who pretend to be 'holier than thou' and all that sort of thing.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019Vivaldi is not a real browser. It's a copy of Chromium. Chromium devs have done all the work a... more"Firefox devs need to get paid for developing such demanding software like a browser"
really? cos of late, it feels like they do a really cr4ppy job of it!
even recently they screwed up with the add-ons certificate thing.
SHAZAMM, 11 Jun 2019Opera Browser comes with a free vpn with all features chrome got and even a better dark modeYeah, but opera is not that privacy friendly as firefox
SHAZAMM, 11 Jun 2019Opera Browser comes with a free vpn with all features chrome got and even a better dark modenothing is free on this word, and Opera is not a charity.
they sell your data and also keep logs.
if you are ok with that you can use it, but it kinda defeats the purpose of vpns
Opera Browser comes with a free vpn with all features chrome got and even a better dark mode
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2019That couldn't be further from the truth. It only got better since the Quantum update.Initially it was good when they first launched quantum but now it is worse than chrome it became just another resource hog. I could have understand if it was happened once in while or it is also happening with opera and chrome but the moment I open multiple tabs it starts freezing and it happens every time these days and only with firefox, I don't know what they messed up this time.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019thats because slimjet is chrome engine. its basically chrome. like most browsers. there aren'... moreThat's why I still use the desktop version of Chrome Beta because I have no other choice, the new Chromium based Edge browser will be my main browser soon on my Windows 10 laptop. Funnily enough I use Firefox Beta on my Android phone because it supports add-ons and certain features right off the bat like Reader View and Tab Queue unlike Chrome mobile. All Firefox for Android is missing is a proper dark mode.
Samath N8 808 owner, 10 Jun 2019Paid version will have a free VPN? What an oxymoron.
I still think that an account for a br... moreBuy a pizza now and get the cardboard box for free! Order within the next 3 seconds and get free complementary salt for free.
In ads like this, it's really up to your point of view. Ultimately, you do pay for everything you get for free upon purchase of something else
Anonymous, 10 Jun 2019I like VivaldiVivaldi is not a real browser. It's a copy of Chromium. Chromium devs have done all the work and get paid by Google. Firefox devs need to get paid for developing such demanding software like a browser. On the other hand Vivaldi is nothing more than a Chromium skin, it's a hobby project, 1-2 developers are enough to make it in their spare time.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019thats because slimjet is chrome engine. its basically chrome. like most browsers.
there aren'... moreChrome already trying to use their dominance.
"Well, if you're a Google Chrome user, you're out of luck Â– you will have to go back to experiencing that terrible web you knew before getting to know ad blockers. Alternatively, you'll be paying Google some money for the privilege.
The way Google is doing this is to change Chrome's Manifest V3 extensions system, and in the process break the blockers. And not only them, but also privacy extensions and anything else dependent on intercepting content before it shows up in the browser.
Specifically, Google is deprecating manifest V3's web API blocking capabilities. Developers and users have strongly criticized the decision.
But it's not the first time Google has faced a user backlash over a decision made on one of its products and services, and it won't be the last they will staunchly ignore any opposition to the move.
But paying, enterprise customers, will still be able to use ad blockers like uBlock and Ghostery, Google replied.
Everyone else will have to use lower quality ad blocking software, based on a limited, rules-based system, a-la Adblock Plus. However, Google promised to possibly of increasing the current limit of 30,000 rule Â– maybe, one day."
Pritam923, 10 Jun 2019You may use Slimjet Browser which is faster than chrome and Firefox...and also compatible with... morethats because slimjet is chrome engine. its basically chrome. like most browsers.
there aren't that many browser engines.
there's chrome's, safari's (which is pretty similar / shares a lot of code), edge (its dead, its going to be chrome's now!) and firefox.
so basically, its chrome's and firefox. by using only chrome you have the internet explorer problem around the corner. not to say that firefox is the best, but we're going to have a browser monopoly problem real soon, which is hidden by the fact that everyone skins their engine.
NipponFan, 11 Jun 2019Firefox fired a programmer for saying something remotely vaguely against lgbt lolBrendan Eich, the former C.E.O of Mozilla Foundation wasn't fired. He elected to resign himself against the wishes of the board members, considering the circumstances of the time.