In article <5674D337.3020809(a)yahoo.com>,
Luke <gaming4jc2(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
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I recently discovered your browser, and think it may be a good
replacement to Mozilla Firefox since they are bloating it and running it
into the ground with DRM, uneeded features, and now blocking so-called
Overall NetSurf seems like a good replacement, but it is missing
key features for user privacy. I will list the three most important
below for your consideration:
* Setting a Custom Useragent from Preferences
* Cookie-Controller (Allow or Block session cookies per site)
sites allowed to run JS while blacklisting all the rest)
Other things which may or may not be relevant for later
* Block DOM
* Block WebRTC
* Disable Fingerprinting
To be unkind... Is the date April the First? ;-) <<<<<
But seriously... and I *do* use NetSurf for a few things...
While I agree with your Firefox sentiment, NetSurf is a long way off being
usable as an everyday browser.
Pale Moon a Firefox derivative is by far, a better solution for the
disgruntled current Firefox user needing a comprehensive browser.
It continues to be as Firefox was before Australis, and as such, is far
more user friendly.
Who by the grace of the "Classic Theme Restorer" Addon can still use FX.
NB: For the time being the Unsigned Addon farce can be overcome by
changing a setting in "about:config"
"xpinstall.signatures.required" set it to "false".
Dunno how long it'll be before that is ripped out, but ATM it does work.