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plusgut7045271dI disagree, ie was a bad browser. Webdevelopers had to struggle with it for a decade. They decided to ignore the standard and come up with their own jscript.
rootshell1710271d@plusgut Yet it was a great browser for sys admins as you could control it to an T with AD GPO's.
I use qutebrowser personally. It takes a bit less ram compared to FF quantum and chrome and it's fully keyboard driven. Since I barely have to touch my mouse for the rest of my OS it seemed like an obvious choice.
Half the time I end up using an webviewer in the terminal anyway.
rockford5281315271dI like to use edge for browsing and stuff because of the gesture support and some other stuff.
The scrolling seems to be smoother ( I'm not sure, maybe it's just me) and the back and forward gestures are better than dragging the mouse to the corner or using the keys.
Keeping some tabs to the side is a good thing but it just dumps all the opened tabs there, so I have to close other tabs.
In short, It's seems to be good for browsing and reading.
h4xx3r1114270dCan I try edge on Windows 7? Nope u_u
J-2FA7412270dFirefox for sure.
1. Open source
2. I enjoy customizing it (themes, plugins)
3. It works faster on my machine then chrome
4. Looks way better than both chrome and edge
5. In love with: "about:config, about:networking, about:memory"
And oh of course: firefox for internet and not for profit :)
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