I just used Midori and its the fastest browser I ever used.
So /g/ other than the obvious lack of extensions why are you not using it /g/
It also has an adblocker.
Memori is fast because it literally does nothing.If it were a mobile browser where I don't care about extensions I would have used it.Not in case a desktop.
Ever wondered why you can see so much Internet Edge shills saying their browser is the fastest.Same reason.
No because tablets and mobiles have very small processing power and eats most of the ram and battery unless I use a lightweight browser.I think tablets are getting better but I still use budget phones and tablets which is shit.
Also I don't care about extesnsions because
>Using privacy extensions on such devices are a joke(Especially when I use Chrome anyway)
>I already block all ads using adaway so additional adblockers are autistic
>I don't care about theming when using a mobile browser
it doesn't work 100% with 4chan's built-in extension last time I bothered with it (hover to view post is broken, you can't edit your settings at all)
I use it on shitboxes that Firefox will just sit and lock up for a few seconds before doing shit on.
Otherwise, it's pretty nifty.
kind of wish Chrome didn't fucking eat battery like crazy
The internet is getting shittier and shittier and Firefox is becoming terrible at rendering rich pages.Is there an alternative to Chrome without the botnet.I mean something like palemoon but but uses the blink engine instead and as good as the original.I don't care if it is a meme browser.Only thing I need is an adblocker.
>cant read text
>cant load images
>try allow everything temporarily
>now as slow as before
>again no text and images
>tries allow everything temporarily
>do this 2 or 3 times
>still no images or text
Iridium (as FLOSS as Chromium-based gets), Comodo (proprietary), Sleipnir (proprietary)
You can use your extensions for Chrome with them. I use Iridium as a backup browser for Firefox.
I use Midori on an old ass laptop I have. It's small and shitty, but very comfortable for web browsing. Midori is fast enough, and not too heavy. But for normal machines, use something better.