For a while, I started to prefer an another web browser on Desktop, [Min]( (besides Firefox). It's based on Chromium, but uses Electron for the interface. It's been around for a while, but I only discovered it a few years ago. So this year's August, it got an early support for opening multiple pages on more than 1 window. To become a stable feature, it will take more time. However, Min's main developer had less free time to work on the project from September. ![](

Visualization of browser dominance
Just interesting and a nostalgic watch.

Anyone use Pale Moon? Thoughts?
Very lightweight browser for Windows and Linux (also a fork called 'White Star' for Mac). I find it to be really decent besides for watching videos and loading some websites. Just looking to see if anyone else has a different opinion on it

cross-posted from: > From my testing, Tor browser is the ONLY one that's actually sufficiently not unique from all the other instances

> In early 2019, Raymond Hill, developer of the popular uBlock Origin content blocking extension, took note of the planned API change and warned that Manifest V3, as Google described it, would break uBlock Origin..

What js the best way to use Bromite and other privacy protecting browser on my phone and desk, and sync bookmarks, tabs, and history?
Im tired of hopping on web browser, I like the chromium based, but I wanna keep a sync of my bookmarks and history without depending on creating accounts on the browsers cloud service. Also I like bromite on android, I would lien something similar for the desk. Any recomendation?

What browser do you use?
Hi Lemmy! I'm curious which browser everyone uses? I'm currently on Librewolf, but I try out a variety of different browsers. What browser(s) do you prefer? Do you think blockchain or web3 browsers are the future of browsers?

New gecko based browsers are rare nowadays but this one is especially unique to me because it is more than just "firefox with tweaks" like a lot of the ones I've come across. The UI is different, it's working on custom settings, a new more powerful sidebar, a new theming system, and potentially IPFS/Dat support further down the line. It's very early in development but it's still impressive as it is.

Browsers like Brave?
Hi. I'm curious if there are any other browsers out there doing what Brave is doing, with the whole cryptorewards, and privacy enhancements?

Firefox 87 on Android - its rad!
Just wanted to share my recent experience with Firefox on mobile. Previously attempts at using it was *meeeh..*. Not sure what versions those times. Quite a lackluster experience, dull, blunt not worth while - so I stuck with Bromite (Chromium deal). Now it has this fancy *on-boarding* page with options laid out neatly. Option and defauling to bottom bar which I've not seen in a mobile browser before, loving it. UI is on point, privacy-wise it's Firefox - Idk what else to say other than I think its worth while a revisit if the previous workflow put you off.

Nyxt is a keyboard-oriented, infinitely extensible web browser designed for power users
It's pretty cool. It can use either blink or WebKit and has it's own lower level extension system that somewhat reminds me of firefox's XUL addons.

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