Why I Ditched Firefox for GNOME Web on Linux


You could think of Firefox as Linux’s internet Explorer or Safari. On Windows and macOS, you have to install Mozilla’s browser yourself. On Linux, Firefox comes pre-installed. That’s not a bad thing. Firefox is one of the best web browsers available. But that doesn’t mean that it’s the best for everyone. Firefox doesn’t integrate well with certain Linux desktop environments, which is the primary reason why I don’t use it. I don’t like every app to have a consistent look and feel except for the one I use the most. You may have other reasons for wanting to install something…

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