Search Engine: ixquick
Browser: Pale Moon for primary web browsing, Iridium for YouTube and other sites that break the limits of what a webbrowser should do
Search: DuckDuckGo, Google for when I need to search "Within the past year".
Nice B8 M8
Meh, why not.
Debian / Win10 (removed telemetry as much as I could)
FB/voat/regular stuff - Firefox
chan - Palemoon
<flash-anything> - Chrome
testing "Brave" now
DDG, sometimes !b or !g if nothing works
hexchat | pidgin
WPA2 + 24 character password
ASA5505 with PoE to Cisco3502E for wireless
2000 Jeep TJ
2002 Nissan Ultima
2001 Nissan Maxima
>home defense ammo
birdx2, rest buck 0:0
I don't even own a computer these days thanks to the state of modern mobiles making them technically a frivolous purchase. You can do all work/social compuring on your phone... still can't make an excuse to buy anything else.
OS: puppy slacko
Browser: Firefox & Tor
Search Engine: Fuck Duck Yo
Nah m8 I tried my best to disable the telemetry, to use no scripts, adblockers, proxies, access only https pages, but all the programs I use are on W10, Chrome is the fastest browser out there by far and Google always give me the best results when I search for something (I tried Bing, DuckDuckGo and Qwant)
>being to retarded to use more than one source
sucks to be you senpai
Biggest thing is CPU and RAM. You can use a good GPU but honestly it's hardly needed at all. GPU based video rendering still isn't as good as CPU based rendering it's more useful for streaming than anything.
The keyboard controls are a better in i3 compared to awesome. You're not losing out if you use either one, their both pretty amazing and easy to configure. Just make sure to read the documentation
Danke schön! I am a bit slow with updates. Very comfortable with updates once every month.
I have jessie-backports to get latest stable Iceweasel. Thinking of leaving it for next extended support of Iceweasel, though. Just no point in upgrading it for every version.
Kein dank, freund. But Iceweasel doesn't have a jessie-backports version? https://packages.debian.org/search?suite=jessie-backports&keywords=Iceweasel
There are a lot of other differences too
Like a lubuntu replace a lot of programs with their lightweight alternatives.
I installed this specifically because I wanted a lightweight distro
>Using TOR as a primary browser
Enjoy being backdoor'd.
I like muh games and Chrome just works best on Windows. Google because who the fuck doesn't use google.
My friend says tails is great, but it only uses TOR for internet browsing. I like that, but is TOR safe if I'm not doing anything illegal? I'm not into CP or supplying firearms for ISIS, and will be behind proxies. Are there alternatives to TOR or is it sufficient for people like me who just want some privacy?
there are quite a few attempts to make a better, more secure and more privacy oriented webs, have a look at freenet, hyperbolia(cjdns), i2p, gnunet and freifunk. correctly configured tor is the easiest way and secure enough for normal browsing.