Submit portable freeware that you find here. It helps if you include information like description, extraction instruction, Unicode support, whether it writes to the registry, and so on.
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smaragdus wrote:... my old pre-Australis version of Firefox is aging and is urging for a replacement but I can't think of any, especially now when Pale Moon has broken compatibility with some add-ons and is sailing away from Firefox.
- If you could invest some time in getting the hang of K-Meleon, you'd be able to linger in Mozillaland...
Or SeaMonkey. I still use it.
Although I think that K-Meleon and SeaMonkey have too few extensions for smaragdus
, given that he's not happy about Pale Moon having broken compatibility with some Firefox add-ons.
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Any Chromium-based browser is spyware, no doubts.
Everything from Google is spyware, it was designed as spyware from the start, including any Electron-based app, even third-party.
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I second billon
. Also, there are several portability issues affecting all Chrome
based software, as detailed by JohnTHaller
and others at viewtopic.php?p=87584#p87584
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The word "spyware" is a little too harsh. (The following thoughts are only based on the Neocities article.)
* Slimjet just didn't remove Google APIs like Translate and Extensions. Those are quite handy features to have.
* They do use Bing, but what browser doesn't bundle some form of search engine in order to make some money?
* The requests to the gvt1.com domain are to determine if DNS queries are "truthful": https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/is ... 20Modified
. Basically, to see if your DNS requests have been modified by malware.
I should note that I don't use Slimjet myself!
is it stealth?