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  • StarFlower
    +6

    Noooo! The issue for me is the lack of good alternatives to Firefox. All of the Chrome-based browsers (even the open source varieties) have a ridiculous number of settings that default to extremely poor privacy. As a result, it takes me forever to set up a Chrome-based browser to the privacy settings I want. By contrast, Firefox makes it super-easy in just a few clicks to get the settings to what I want. For someone who re-installs their operating system every couple of years such as myself, this makes a bigger difference than you might think. I actually don't even HAVE a Chrome-based browser installed on my machine at the moment, for exactly this reason.