On 11/08/16 16:57, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
On Thu, 2016-08-11 at 22:59 +0100, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I use Firefox (mainly) and Google Chrome.
I mainly use Chrome and sometimes FF, but same difference. I will not
use a browser that doesn't support LastPass though I'm perfectly aware
that it's not free. We each have our own needs.
As to the default browser installed with KDE, I frankly don't care as
long as I can change it.
This is what I would say. Don't care what is the default as long as I
can use what I want. I use some KDE software and some GTK software.
The best tool wins.
I also add, supports or has very good privacy to start with.
Firefox is slipping on the privacy front in the trend to make it like
Chrome. It has removed privacy features in the past few months and that
has raised flags with my kids and myself. In some discussions on this
it was because it made browsing the web harder and the features are
available via plugins. I have yet to find a plugin to provide the same
level of privacy that was within Firefox.
Depending on what I am doing, I want a browser I can fully lock down on
cookies, web site tracking, scripts and ads. Other times to get a web
site to work, I will use a different browser in a different account.