Re: I Truly Loved Firefox
I'm using an very old version of Firefox, and an IceCat [ though that browser is in severe decline ] and Seamonkey [ not hot on extensions either, though it's the latest ].
Sometimes Palemoon and Waterfox, both have presentation problems. [ All those listed are the same Gecko engine I guess and makes them all look much the same with each their own deficiencies --- which shows the severe deficit of browsers for any platform, since the main alternative is a Blink engine, and I've always rather felt Google destroyed the browser market with their unpleasant and simplistic Chrome.]
Vivaldi, which is hilariously bad ( they can't even get the tabs to spread along, instead concertinaing them into tiny tiny narrow tabs and if you accidentally close a window, you can't just restore it entire ) but can reach some sites my Firefox refuses: Brave is exactly as fugly, but I erased it with salt and fire as soon as I realised it pulled in the unbearable GVFs not just polluting KDE with GNOME stuff, but this horrible thing throws up dozens of cpu-crunching instances in the task manager.
Installed Yandex, but it doesn't work.
Originally it seems there was basically only NetScape/Mozilla or Microsoft. Now just Mozilla or Google.
Progress brings Choice.