Which browser does /g/ use? Why?
I generally do not connect to web sites from my own machine, aside from a few sites I have some special relationship with. I fetch web pages from other sites by sending mail to a program (see git://git.gnu.org/womb/hacks.git) that fetches them, much like wget, and then mails them back to me. Then I look at them using a web browser, unless it is easy to see the text in the HTML page directly. I usually try lynx first, then a graphical browser if the page needs it (but I make sure I have no net connection, so that it won't fetch anything else).
Since the company I work for lends out computers strictly for work, I converted a USB into a dedicated Hiren's Boot. Mini Windows XP and the Linux it comes with is neat as fuck but can't play non-web browser games.
Hello there, friend. I believe, you've mistakenly confused a browser with another type of program: a media player. Unlike the latter, browsers are used to view web pages, not multimedia content. Don't worry, this is a common mistake, for viewing media content you are recommended to use your favorite media player program, such as mpv or Bomi.
What's a decent web browser that don't use a lot of CPU
>single core 2.3 AMD TURIONX2
And support grease monkey/user script? For Linux?
I've started a thread about distro on the go to discuss a bout which distro is best put on USB and whether to install it on the USB or just make liveusb with persistence never got a good answer what do you say?
Maxthon 220.127.116.1100 here. Now that Maxthon comes with ABP pre-built into browser, it's only got better. I almost ditched Chrome (with ublock0) for Maxthon with ABP.
Maxthon 3 had constant innovation and developed at a constant pace. Right now the only good qualities are the fact it's one of the few Chinese softwares available in English as well as having common features shared with browsers from that part of the world, like pop-up windows for Flash content.
Unfortunately they've been completely ignoring the security warnings about SSLv3 and mixed active content handling, and that they're using an older Chromium core (even integrating Chromium 37 is too hard for them).
Firefox for most things. Chrome if I need to print something, because I like the Print Friendly plugin.
Thinking about trying this:
What was it that you were saying about whitelisting, again? Pic attached & related.
Don't blame your failure of not understanding how ABP works & how to use it to your advantage on Maxthon.
>attacking me for what others have experienced
Pic related, this is what one of the testers got on a clean install.