Firefox is the default web browser installed on most Linux distributions. It is a well-known browser by Mozilla that respects user privacy by design, and

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ohh well, several privacy oriented browsers, like Tor browser, Librewolf, and Mull (android) are based on FF, so things don’t look good. Not because one bases one’s decisions on what’s most used, but because FF’s development might really get slowed down if they start losing their founding, given its market share. Everything else is now a days based on blink, :(, even qt-webengine…

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There is no web, there is only XUL.

@SudoDnfDashY
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True, but I would not uae any of these. Most are using old code that leads to security vulnerabilities. I would just switch to librewolf.

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What you are telling is misinformation: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=23577&sid=65655d3007c5ca2e266a94143a031c56

UXP is also an independent fork, in comparison with LibreWolf itself and any web browser or app in XUL is building using it. Everything is maintained up-to-date. https://repo.palemoon.org/MoonchildProductions/UXP

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