cage match everyone gets to decide the winner except mr john
I went from IE > Firefox > Chrome and never looked back. The answer is Chrome.
Edge may disrupt the playing field though.
I’m using Firefox because of the awesome add-ons. My two main computers have 16 and 32 GB of RAM and I never experience those memory issues that people usually complain about when evaluating browsers.
Mostly for the sync feature.
@archnemesis, what are your favorite/must have Firefox extensions?
Adblock Plus (or uBlock Origin), NoScript and Ghostery (or Disconnect) for basic security and privacy.
SuperStop to stop animated images from playing by pressing Shift+Esc.
YouTube High Definition to customize YouTube behavior (turn off annotations, set default video quality, etc.).
still use firefox w/ublock origin, umatrix, & classic theme restorer
I haven’t heard of uMatrix before. It looks promising.
You FF guys ever tried waterfox? When I do go back to FF in spurts I use it:
I recently switched back from Waterfox to Firefox. I’d rather have fresh updates than the 64-bit support, and soon Firefox will offer 64-bit themselves.
Cyberfox is also a good alternative.
I don’t think that’s accurate. I read something about it being a bug.
never tried waterfox or cyberfox
i did try pale moon though
Chrome. Even IE’s no-holds-barred so-bleeding-edge-it’s-called-edge Edge browser is a joke. Firefox is just pointless. Firefox’s broken forks/offshoots are even more pointless.
Chromium is obviously the best form but since I use Google Apps for Work for my business email, and because I don’t care if Google knows my credit card number or my wife’s middle name, I just use Chrome and enjoy the additional benefits of offering my digital life to a corporation.
If you don’t like ads, the answer never lay with a browser add-on, but with your hosts file.
This is my feeling as well overall.
Is there a least difficult way to edit your hosts file to avoid ads? Like a program or something that keeps it updated and such.