This winter I switched webbrowser from Firefox, because of news that Firefox started to work with Google.
Last week there was an article about Firefox stating that itś now the safest browser of all!?
Is that true or…?
I use Chromium now but I am looking for something better.
What are you guys using?
Well, I thank you for your quick answers and I am not going to shoot anyone! (I am anti-gun-military).
Interesting! I am not satified with Chromium. I crashes now and then and restore (after reboot) does not always work.
Qutebrowser? Minimal, right? I will look in to it.
Vivaldi. Although it comes with the kitchensink and all. And yes it has some proprietary stuff. And yes, I sync my profile. All encrypted and as @GreenMartian pointed out all under strict GDPR
Firefox (but i don’t sync my profile there, which leaves me with a number of things to change to make it closed down enough, see privacytools.io.
Ungoogled Chromium is pretty good; there is a way to still install extensions without logging in and there is a bin version so you don’t have to compile yourself anymore. I only read about some security concerns. They cannot always keep up with Chromium. Same applies to Iridium.
Or just accept people sniffing packets of you browsing PornHub. Because WGAF anymore?
Vivaldi is like Opera only in the sense that it tries to be like the AOL desktop, where all you need is a browser as your desktop, and also connect as a community that was a precursor to Facebook and the like. Vivaldi is like KDE/Plasma of browsers, just a shitload of bloated menus that really is done better with about:config.
Well, I gave up on all that a long time ago. Agree with you on FB, at the same time no one is doing anything about that whole datacollection industry behind it. Let’s say for argument’s sake I prefer my profile to be stored in Norway or Iceland instead of sending it to Mozilla. And yes, I shouldn’t use a profile at all. I prefer Hamster over Pornhub btw, as everyone knows by now.