BRAVO Nelson! Firefox is not programmed for security, and EDGE, eh eh eh, youWith Linux I use Firefox.
With Windows 10 the new Edge.
I've used Chromium and Google Chrome and they're OK h
I use Windows 10 Enterprise at work and ain't worried about who's looking in.BRAVO Nelson! Firefox is not programmed for security, and EDGE, eh eh eh, you
don't know who is the patron? yah, Microsoft! After Google & C. is the big SPY on your computer... with edge,W10 etc, etc; all SW is writen for to SPY
You obviously don't know about the man in the middle attacks on Tor in the past.Use, if you can ,TOR on W7 (better) and also on linux ,TOR is the best browser on all
S.O. all other take on your camera, micro, verify what you do on theWEB and all is recorded for ETERNITY! On computer you can desactive camera, micro etc, but they are not switch like into your house on/off, they are switch soft. you desactive and the friends reactive! ALL!
Me too!On my laptop, I use different browsers for different purposes.
To me, it just makes sense. I'd otherwise have way too many tabs open in a single browser. I have all the major browsers installed and some of the less-popular browsers installed. I really only use a few of 'em.I use different browsers for different groups of tasks.
On my Android phone:
Privacy browser - I use this most of the time. It is available if you install F-Droid on your phone.
Other than that, I also install DuckDuckGo, Brave browser.
On my laptop, I use different browsers for different purposes. I use Ubuntu by the way:
Online banking - Firefox. I set to forget all history and stay in private mode.
Forums, Reddit - Brave browser. I stay login into forums.
Youtube - Vivaldi with Ghostery, Privacy Badger, Cookie Autodelete plugins. I stay login into Youtube.
For VPN - I use Opera because it comes with a free VPN. I use it to browse some websites that cannot be accessed from my country.
I set DuckDuckGo to be the default search engine for all browsers. If I want to use Google search, I use Firefox because it allows me to select search engines on the search bar.
I tried Chrome years ago and then ditched it later on because I didn't like it.