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    * Eats too much RAM/CPU on older machines
    * Tracking bullshit everywhere
    * Every browser is a wannabe Chrome
    * Most browsers ARE Chrome
    * Firefox likes sucking Chrome's dick constantly
    * Opera is Chinese owned and therefore only for idiot commies like the EU (<=12.16 is fine tho)
    * Pale Moon would be decent if its devs weren't so fucking childish

    Any other reasons?
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    firefox uses secure dns
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    >>143
    top that OP
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    What about Brave?
    It has all the things Chrome does with out googles bullshit.
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    >>25 (OP)
    it does seem kind of weird that software is becoming less efficient over time. by now things that were only possible in the 2000's because of hardware should have been optimized to run on machines from the 70's instead of relying entirely on hardware improvements to drive progress. If there was actually a focus on making software efficient, technology would improve at a much faster rate overall because it would have been improving in two separate but related fields. But thats not what happened. Its weird that this is the case because algorithm optimization is one of the core ideas of computer science but there doesnt seem to be any desire to implement it.
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    >>166
    this
    There isn't much reason for trying to optimize anymore since most computers and phones can handle everything in browser, who cares if it's not optimized.
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    What do you mean about palemoon devs?
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    >>166
    Well said. Everything is horribly bloated these days, and intentionally designed to force people to follow the tech wave.


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