I've reinstalled Opera ... :isay:
I kid you not ...
I love Vivaldi. It reminds me of the old Opera ASA (which I also loved). Every new release brings new features, mostly pointless. Every new...
I think I've come close to using every browser known to mankind over the years. There are a lot I wouldn't install again. Opera and Maxthon would...
Just buy a cheap laptop running Windows for banking.
I think this is basically true. Incidentally, I was always more worried that an AV would accidentally brick my Windows machine with false...
Just browser hardening. The predominant reason I run macOS and Ubuntu is because they don't require an AV. I don't run Windows.
An UbuntuBook sounds good. I just don't see it happening.
It's almost like Mozilla are determined to drive away potential users. o_O
Looks like it could work for me, thanks.
I've really tried to accept it, but it pushes into the bookmarks bar making it awkward for me sometimes to click on a bookmark icon. Plus, I just...
Yeah, but I could easily fix it before. I might go back to Chrome lol.
I'll look into that thanks. :thumb:
That's a good point.
Has anyone got an easy about:config fix to stop the address bar in Firefox 83 enlarging? Thanks.
I find it as fast as Safari or Vivaldi on Unix.
I believe it utilises WebKit as a rendering engine on macOS and Linux.
Brit foxhunt? What century are we in now? Have I missed something?
Personally, I find...
OK thanks. I never use the same password. I've changed my Wilders password and Chrome reckons it's fine now.
I was checking my passwords on my Chromebook and just noticed this:
No other passwords are compromised. Any ideas?
You're more optimistic than me.
Couldn't have been down for long.
" ... a vibrant web of shared benefit and opportunity." :thumb:
Eat your collective hearts out Google, Microsoft and Amazon!
A workaround is to use Gmail in HTML mode.
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