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    Default Your favorite Browser

    What is your favorite Web Browser?
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    Firefox is my browser of choice, although sometimes I do question the minds behind firefox. Originally, it was an open-source project designed to ensure users experience the web as quickly and efficiently as possible, without hinderance - but of course, as everything does, it came at a price. They got investment money and they even had their say on politics etc I really, really am against Firefox having any say on politics or the like. I'm not sure if the original spirit that the company started with, is still there.Chrome - I don't trust Google at all. I think despite their email / search engine being excellent - they're a highly untrustworthy company and who knows what they're doing with the hundreds of millions of gigabytes of data they've got on us all.Safari - Meh. If it was available on all platforms, i'd have more respect for it.
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    Brave. It is Chrome like; but without the evil.
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    Netscape Navigator. I' loyal to the end.
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    tor..that is my favorite browser.
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    I'm using Opera with the built in VPN enabled
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    All depends, if I'm just browsing then chrome. If I'm dealing with a vendor's annoying Java based webpage for work, I'll use whatever works even if that's Microsoft Edge lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by mactex View Post
    Brave. It is Chrome like; but without the evil.
    Also Brave. And damn, was it hard to get there from Firefox. I'm not fully transitioned yet, but very determined.
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    Brave for mobile. It's a little iffy for desktop.
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    Started reading about brave since a few people recommended it.

    "Brave is open source, and built by a team of privacy focused, performance oriented pioneers of the web, founded by the inventor of Javascript and co-founder of Mozilla."

    With ADs enabled, do you get BAT from just browsing the internet?
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    Currently using both Chrome and Firefox. For those who mentioned "Brave" without the evil, what is the evil referring to within chrome? That got my thinking cap on as it's the first time I read about that... haha, I might have missed something or another... Thanks!
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    Firefox, for sure Especially after Mozilla released Quantum (57.x).
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    Netscape Navigator. I' loyal to the end.
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    Netscape Communicator. With the integrated browser, email, newsgroup reader and AOL IM....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bjcheung77 View Post
    Currently using both Chrome and Firefox. For those who mentioned "Brave" without the evil, what is the evil referring to within chrome? That got my thinking cap on as it's the first time I read about that... haha, I might have missed something or another... Thanks!
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    Sorry guys, but you aren't truly safe until you use a text based browser behind tor proxy chain.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynx_(web_browser)
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    Quote Originally Posted by xxxkaliboyxxx View Post
    Sorry guys, but you aren't truly safe until you use a text based browser behind tor proxy chain.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynx_(web_browser)
    Good find. Switching...
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    Good find. Switching...
    It's actually quite usable believe it or not and fun......for most sites
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    Edge.... LOL, Just Kidding! Firefox.
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    Chrome. From a security standpoint it's the best. Firefox if you're attacking web apps, Chrome if you're browsing the net. Favorite plug-ins include uBlock Origin & HTTPS Everywhere.
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    There's no perfect browser for me but Brave would have to be my pick.
    Still a ways to go with it but they're working on it.
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    Used to be Firefox, but it seems like they are updating it once a week now and I've been having trouble using it on Coinbase, Starting to use Google Chrome more and more, but I have Explorer, Firefox and Chrome available to me.
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