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what browser do you use and why
 
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Been using Firefox for years. Lightweight and fast.
Pretty cool that Mozilla is so privacy-focused as well.
yes i used to use firefox and nothing else. The lightweight and privacy aspects were the best, makes sense why tor browser uses a lot of the code that firefox uses to run its browser
 
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I use chrome mostly because I have alot of extensions on it but Ive been thinking about brave browser.
 
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yes i used to use firefox and nothing else. The lightweight and privacy aspects were the best, makes sense why tor browser uses a lot of the code that firefox uses to run its browser
I switched from Firefox I think for like school or something because I lot of the browsers apps I needed for classes wouldn't load in anything but chrome but I never returned and I probably should
 

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Firefox and it's derivatives like Pale Moon and Basilisk are my preferred browsers. I also really like Brave and Vivaldi for Chrome-based browsers. So usually I have a mixture between the lot of them on any given system with xbrowsersync for my bookmarks.
 
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I use Firefox, usually with the arkenfox user.js. I have uBlockOrigin, and Multi-Account Containers. I keep Brave around usually, just to have the option available. I also have the TOR Browser available, but I rarely use it; its sorta just a matter of principle for me.

I tried out a minimal browser called Nyxt yesterday. It was odd but definitely developed by someone who likes vim and/or emacs. It wasn't quite the thing for me, but it was definitely interesting.

I also keep a couple of terminal based browsers around, mostly for fun.
 
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I use Librewolf and Firefox, with the latter being used for my normie email. Though I use Librewolf significantly more (with uBlock Origin and Privacy Badger as add-ons) for all my fun and anon stuff. I like that it's privacy focused but still with the Firefox feel, though sometimes websites break on it but that's once in a blue moon.
 
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Recently I switched to Firefox after my adblocker on Chrome kept failing to work on YouTube videos. That was the last straw and I finally made the jump. Currently loving Firefox, though I do notice it's a tad slower than Chrome. Though I'm happy to tolerate that all things considered.
 
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