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RE: Best browser for linux? #31
Correct. thats the one. She installed and ran on the first go once I gave it enough disk space. Surprisingly, it went all the way thru the install the first time and almost booted but then said I did not designate enough room in the virtual disk, so had to go back and reset that configuration, and reinstalled it, and she ran nice. I like the looks and feel of it, but again, I havent really used these OS's yet. Smile

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RE: Best browser for linux? #32
(02-09-2019, 05:53 AM)natifix Wrote: Correct. thats the one. She installed and ran on the first go once I gave it enough disk space. Surprisingly, it went all the way thru the install the first time and almost booted but then said I did not designate enough room in the virtual disk, so had to go back and reset that configuration, and reinstalled it, and she ran nice. I like the looks and feel of it, but again, I havent really used these OS's yet. Smile

blackarch is a pain in my neck to install.
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RE: Best browser for linux? #33
If It were available for Linux, much to my surprise, Avast Secure Browser Is quite Impressive.

I've Installed It a few days ago, and now use It as my main form of navigation whilst on this board.
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RE: Best browser for linux? #34
~ I highly, highly, highly suggest Firefox ~

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/ins...efox-linux

~ With these add-ons ~

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox...d-Add-ons/

Mozilla is still privately owned, and you can COMPLETELY customize the browser itself. It even comes with a page to quickly modify, and re - program the browser, in almost any way you could think of. It makes Chrome's " chrome://flags/ " look like a rookie.
It's also open source, so anything you can't modify on the page, you can re - write it yourself.

about:config <--- Yes that's really the site
(This post was last modified: 02-09-2019, 08:52 AM by Trilly Reign.)

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RE: Best browser for linux? #35
(02-09-2019, 08:50 AM)Trilly Reign Wrote: ~ I highly, highly, highly suggest Firefox ~

I was hoping you'd say this.

Tor Is based on FF, so that speaks for Itself and sets an example on why Firefox should be prioritized over other leading browsers.
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RE: Best browser for linux? #36
This browser is actually made by one of the Co-founders of firefox, and creator of java script.
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RE: Best browser for linux? #37
(02-09-2019, 12:36 PM)UplayAlts Wrote: This browser is actually made by one of the Co-founders of firefox, and creator of java script.
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I've Installed It a while back, and no complaints whatsoever.

It's very stable and quite responsive. I'm very happy with It's overall functionality.
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RE: Best browser for linux? #38
- Firefox (First choice for any linux user)
- Chromium (Use it as a backup or something.)

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RE: Best browser for linux? #39
check out vivaldi browser  most customizable for  any platform
i recently moved firefox to vivaldi  it's fast and no glitches give it a try definitely you will like Smile it..

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RE: Best browser for linux? #40
I switch up what browser I use along with MAC cycling, custom DNS servers, and other things to keep my profile random and switched up constantly. So even Microsoft Edge is an option at this point because of the need to go from pseudo-anonymity to true anonymity.
Generally I like to use Firefox, but Chrome and Chromium are a distant second since it takes an entire add-on to turn off peer.sharing.enabled.
Opera after that.
Then I'd have to say it's a tie between the cyanogenmod browser and another one I can't remember the name of cause I'm stoned. Number one with a bullet is TOR behind a proxy and VPN chain.
Remember, they can't see you're using TOR if your data is encrypted three times per VPN connection.
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