What browser does /g/ use? I'm a Chromefag but am willing to switch.
Because has some of the feature of pre-chrome opera.
>mothafucking tab stacking
>0.xx% market share, so it isn't bloated with adware and toolbars
>Best looking browser ever
I'm still kinda pissed that it doesn't have torrent torrent function, it works like a bot on gravel in low specs PCs and you can't order the bookmarks.
Interesting, just installed this.
Seems quicker to load pages, but seems to use more memory than a chrome with similar amount of tabs open does.
Why can't their be a slick looking browser that doesn't chew memory and is fast.
>1451606400 Standard Unix Time.
>Still not using Debian.
I use chrome because it just werks. I would prefer Firefox but I don't like the mobile interface and on windows 10 it is pretty fucky and the interface glitches and goes white on the taskbar at the top when my theme is black
Only two options,
1. Use a different browser.
2. Try to find the best rated build of chrome/chromium.
I haven't used chrome as my primary web browser for nearly a year or two, so I am not sure if it is possible to get rid of the profile button, but I would imagine that it is deeply embedded in chrome.
I'd use Pale Moon, but for some reason there's a handful of little annoyances that stop me.
- Scrolling feels slower and choppier than Firefox' (with smooth scrolling disabled on both)
- Triple click for highlighting complete phrases doesn't work, even when it's enabled in about:config
- Sometimes I'll watch a video in full screen, and when I exit full screen mode Pale Moon just fucking closes itself
Pretty sure these are just problems on my end, but Firefox JUST WERKZ