But I do. First I started using it on the desktop, then on mobile.
The only downside is it's still x86.
I only use it on my phone. I tried it on my desktop but I didn't like how the tab doesn't respond to middle clicks if you're at the top of it. I can't just throw my mouse up there and close it, I have to be conscious of where the cursor is.
I tried, I really did. It's just lagging too much during page loads. Even the tabs that are already loaded, and some of them are not showing at all. Yes, e10 window. Also "download" attribute is broken in gecko, it breaks my script for one-click downloading pictures with their original names.
>not being part of the master race
I used opera for some time, then decided to do this:
1- Go here
1.1 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_web_browsers
2-Check my most wanted feature and remove os that dont have it (being for windows is the one)
3-check the second most wanted feature and remove the remaining browses without it.....
4-continue doing that until no more important features you care or you get just one browser
got torch browser, seamonkey and palemoon.
I am testing the 3