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418 No. 418 [Edit]
Let's turn this thread into a browser war!
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>> No. 426 [Edit]
>>2347
I haven't really used it in, like, 10 years so I don't know anymore. But my general impression is that everyone's been copying/stealing Firefox achievements for a while now.
>> No. 427 [Edit]
>>2347
yes
>> No. 428 [Edit]
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Why is Chrome so popular? Does it handles shitbookbetter or what?
>> No. 429 [Edit]
>>2350
Because google?
>> No. 430 [Edit]
>>2350
Because of stupidity and Google shoving that shit in almost everything.
>> No. 431 [Edit]
>>2353
So there's really that much people who download and install whatever they're told to by popping up stuff.
>> No. 432 [Edit]
>>2350
Because many of us were fed up with firefox when it came out and wanted to try the cool new browser, and we probably won't switch again until Google seriously breaks it. I also agree with >>2344 in that all major browsers handle the same, look (almost) the same and are close to the same speed nowadays. At this point I'd wager that the market share of browsers is determined more by brand loyalty and laziness than anything else.
>> No. 433 [Edit]
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>>2355
>the cool new browser
Say, like this new cool OS?
>> No. 434 [Edit]
>>2356
Yes, there is definitely a comparison to be made between Windows' ~10th iteration and the first Chrome browser. Besides, Firefox really sucked at that time and most of us would have settled for something less polished than Chrome was.
>> No. 435 [Edit]
>>2354
Yes. Never underestimate the stupidity of the average person.

I know that you'll feel like saying "there's no way a person could do that", but I assure you that there is, have, and will be people that do it.

I'm not saying that this is how all of them got it, but a percentage that is neither small nor big.
>> No. 436 [Edit]
>>2356
>Windows' ~10th iteration
but this one's really damned new and cool man! it's like a super tablet, with attached keyboard and mouse just in case. here's a sweet review about it, sponsored by Ford: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=ONfr37BWXHM
>> No. 437 [Edit]
>>2347
I don't use it, but from what I hear, the new versions are adequate.

My parents' house has a really old router, and all the connections Chrome makes to google's servers seems to break the router. It's really annoying. Torrents also broke their router.
>> No. 438 [Edit]
IE's still and will always be proprietary, there's no reason to even consider its performance, as long as there are adequate alternatives.
>> No. 439 [Edit]
>>2350
How come this chart doesn't have lolifox?
>> No. 440 [Edit]
we already have a browser thread on the first page!

http://tohno-chan.com/mt/res/960.html
>> No. 441 [Edit]
[slightly off-topic] It's kinda depressing, when you switch to another browser, and realize the internet is still the same.
>> No. 442 [Edit]
>>2364
>No browser wars!
>> No. 443 [Edit]
I use Seamonkey on my PC and Firefox on my Android. Bookmark sync between them works. Sometimes I use w3m because I want to feel hacker. Does anyone else use text-based browser?
>> No. 444 [Edit]
>>2367
Sometimes I use elinks.
>> No. 445 [Edit]
>>2365
I know how this is. It's like when you pull up a browser from the 90s or early 00s, and realize the internet is still from the present day.
>> No. 446 [Edit]
i use seamonkey too

it's like firefox with no bloat
>> No. 447 [Edit]
I use Firefox. Version 18 cured that recent Problem with Javascript garbage colection and now it's a lot faster and lighter than it was beforehand. The web developer tools are great.
>> No. 448 [Edit]
>>2414

only now you can't resize the window a full-window flash file is running in.
>> No. 449 [Edit]
This thread's fresh so I'll just-

Anyway, I love firefox, but sometimes I don't even know how it's supposed to function, with the updates and all. One time the background color you got when viewing images was a nice and dark, noisy textured grey kind of thing; anyone remember that? Before and after it's just plain white, and I do miss the period of dark image viewing backgrounds. Sometimes, I've got to view pdf's natively in the browser, other times it'll just ask you to download or whatever. Actually I can just set it to "Preview" in the options menu. Yeah I knew that. Still there's the background color thing- Actually it looks like I can change solid color backgrounds adjusting the hex numbers for the browser.display.background_color parameter, but that seems to affect all undefined backgrounds in the browser, so that's no good. Getting a dedicated addon for this problem alone is kind of not worth it in my books, so I guess I'll just live with it.

So yeah, firefox is the best.
>> No. 450 [Edit]
>>2360

haha I read that as a ford driver, but then I got forded to a new level and now the world feels like some bitter joke
>> No. 451 [Edit]
Any new decent alternatives to firefox lately? Whenever I've been using it for a long time my PC freezes up/blue screens (I don't know why).

I don't like Chrome.
>> No. 452 [Edit]
>>2613
>Whenever I've been using it for a long time my PC freezes up/blue screens (I don't know why).

that's called a memory leak, and when it uses up all your RAM it makes the computer crash or otherwise have a fatal error.

While firefox is notorious in it's own right for introducing a new one for every one fixed, I've generally had more problems with adobe flash being a piece of shit than anything else.
>> No. 453 [Edit]
>>2613
and to answer your question: safari
>> No. 454 [Edit]
>>2613
What >>2614 said, probably. I had some memory leak/CPU usage problems when 23 was released, it was caused by two addons that previously worked well together throwing shit at each other(ABP and Ghostery).

You can always try Seamonkey, Opera or Chromium if you're not happy with Fx.
>> No. 455 [Edit]
Xombrero, occasionally I'll use lynx.
>> No. 456 [Edit]
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Firefox is implementing DRM with Adobe.

>Each person will be able to decide whether to activate the DRM implementation or to leave it off and not watch DRM-controlled content.


https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2014/05/14/drm-and-the-challenge-of-serving-users/

https://hacks.mozilla.org/2014/05/reconciling-mozillas-mission-and-w3c-eme/
>> No. 457 [Edit]
>>2708
Seems sensible to me. I'll probably just tick it off.
>> No. 458 [Edit]
>>2708
And now we know the real reason Brendan was fired. What a fucking joke. Mitchell should be lynched.
>> No. 459 [Edit]
>>2708
I'm far too lazy to read that all and I don't know what it means. So I'm going to assume that it's bad and eventually switch to Pale Moon.
>> No. 460 [Edit]
>>2711
http://www.palemoon.org/migrationtool.shtml

This makes switching pretty easy if you're going to
>> No. 461 [Edit]
>>2712
I wasn't expecting this, which is why I'm late, but thank you very much!
>> No. 1125 [Edit]
pale moon is easily the best browser, the new layout firefox has had really isn't too great in my opinion
>> No. 1126 [Edit]
>>1125
It's firefox. The best thing about the browser is its customization, if you don't like the new layout get an extension to change it. I use this:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/classic-compact/
>> No. 1127 [Edit]
>>1126
>The best thing about the browser is its customization
Sure fuckin used to be, mate.
>if you don't like the new layout get an extension to change it.
Swear I tried. But even with a couple of extensions more I couldn't get rid of all the BS.
>> No. 1128 [Edit]
>>1126
I don't see how using some addon would be better in any way. It's not even supported by the newest version (33)
>> No. 1129 [Edit]
>>1128
There's a beta version that works, it makes the UI much better than Australis.
>> No. 1132 [Edit]
>>1129
why use an addon to gain the functionality I can get with another browser with no addon?


Somewhat related, I also don't like the way a theme I made for firefox looks on australis.
>> No. 1133 [Edit]
>>1125
Why do ya'll dislike australis? It's much less buggy than the old Interface I feel.
>> No. 1134 [Edit]
>>1133
I don't like the way it looks, it's as simple as that. It's a bit bulkier also I feel

I don't like change if I can help it
>> No. 1136 [Edit]
Does anyone use any browsers aside from the popular ones(firefox,chrome,&IE)? Forks like palemoon don't count here.

If so what do you think about it?

Post edited on 30th Oct 2014, 9:28pm
>> No. 1137 [Edit]
>>1136
dwb is good
>> No. 1138 [Edit]
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1138
>>1136
Midori, the interface of it is also similiar to that of the older firefox verions.
>> No. 1195 [Edit]
https://hacks.mozilla.org/2014/11/mozilla-introduces-the-first-browser-built-for-developers-firefox-developer-edition/

So what do you guys think about this? Is anyone here going to try it?
>> No. 1587 [Edit]
I had been very stubborn in sticking with firefox over the years. Even with all it's problems I couldn't see myself using anything else as my main browser. I hated how each time it got updated the interface became uglier while more and more of my addons broke. If I didn't update then sites like youtube wouldn't work properly or I'd get out of date browser warnings. I patched addons myself to make them work, and installed others to fix the appearance issues (such as "Classic Theme Restorer")
Then the other day while trying to fix yet another broken addon I went to check the version number of the browser, which somehow triggered an update. When it restarted it was now running as firefox quantum. This destroyed the layout and nuked just about all of my addons. Once I processed what happened I said to hell with it, and installed pale moon after remembering it worked much like an older version of firefox. It was surprisingly easy to set up and was compatible with nearly all my old firefox addons. importing bookmarks from firefox wasn't supported by the installer but that only took a minute to export/import manually. Honestly I find it works far better than firefox ever did. Might have saved me a lot of stress if I jumped ship sooner.
>> No. 1588 [Edit]
>>1587
Nice, anon. I did the same on their previous UI update years ago. Not only does Pale Moon retain the old user interface, but it runs much much better on old hardware that I have. Far as I know the way new FF handles addons is now completely different, so none of them work anymore. Don't quote me on that though. Also, if there's an addon for firefox that you want on Pale Moon but doesn't work, sometimes you can check previous versions and those will work. I do that with the adblock element hider helper.

Post edited on 18th Nov 2017, 6:43pm
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