Giving Firefox Quantum a try. I've heard many good things.
It's pretty good. Expect overall performance improvements, but nothing is gonna blow you away.
The best part is the cute new error pages. That dinosaur is adorable.
@nixy At this point I'm mostly seeing formatting differences, which is fine except some of them make Google Classroom more annoying to manage.
Odd, that, a Google product working better in Chrome...
I'm very satisfied with it. Proper touchscreen support is still missing, though (at least in Linux).
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