The user has basic computer literacy, which is why having auto updates is something they’d like for the convenience. Addons are needed for uBlock Origins and such.

Having used Firefox for so many years, I honestly haven’t a clue. Should i go with just vanilla Chromium? Or are there better options? Thanks in advance, Lemmy.

    13 years ago

    They behave the same but FF had an older design than most of the other “big” browsers. Not that I thought it was ugly, but it’s undeniable that there was less effort put into the visuals.

    • Helix
      3 years ago

      I thought Firefox’ design was functional. Now they plan on disconnecting the tab bar from the tab itself which makes not a lot of sense from a UX design viewpoint. Let’s see if users like it…

      Mozilla already has a really low userbase. They do stuff like the Pocket integration and pointless redesigns to alienate them even further.

      I have used Firefox as my main browser since Firefox 0.9. I never warmed up to any of the Chromium-based alternatives. But even I think that Mozilla likes to fuck up from time to time.