What Browser Do You Use?


#41

It’s a very cool browser and very quick at loading pages. Quicker than chrome and opera.
My only issue with Qt browser is that there is no cookie tracking protection


#42

Firefox is primary browser with addons. Secondary is Chromium. Worst case scenario I use IE on Window$.


#43

The Horror!


#44

Now thats a horror story right there.


#45

I was just about to start a thread about this. I am using Opera and chromium currently because Firefox is very CPU heavy on my low end computers. Although I do use FF on my good computer since Quantum is so fast.

I have found that Opera offers the best balance of speed, features and being lightweight. I’m also going to try vivaldi now.


#46

I find both Chromium and Opera heavy going but not FF.


#47

Firefox Quantum & Chromium sometimes.


#48

I’m still hanging out with Firefox. It’s so reliable and fast.


#49

Firefox for ordinary use and Qutebrowser for the super speed.


#50

Must say that I ditched Quantum for ESR 52, ESR 60 as well as Quantum 60 has been hell since the last 2-3 days if I remember well, thought it was my installs.

It s Chrome that I use sometimes on BL, not Chromium as stated above, use it not often enough.

Didn t know about Qutebrowser, might check it out. Thx mate.


#51

Unfortunately Qutebrowser doesn’t place nicely with HiDPi for me.


#52

It will be sometthing to remember, also use HiDPi on BL install. Thx for noting it out.

Edit: typo


#53

Sorry about the bump here, been using Chrome on my BL install lately as FF got weird sometimes .

And FF on my AL install.


#54

We don’t worry about bumping older threads, this isn’t the Arch forum :smiley:

I pretty much am 100% Firefox only. It works the best for me.


#55

Thx, lol, you know what I mean right !lol


#56

qutebrowser


#57

Firefox.

Been using Basilisk a bit. Successor to Palemoon, apparently. Really good project.


#58

I need to check that out.

I was playing around with Qutebrowser yesterday, still not quite getting the hang of it.


#59

Firefox and Opera. Even though I use a VPN, Opera also has its own browser user protection. And for my browser engine, DuckDuckGo when ever possible. :grin:


#60

Great, I use Dogplie on my side, Also been using DuckDuckGo in the past & here & there.