Originally posted by roadgravel
Wonder how many of these people are against using facebook because of privacy. .
Originally posted by JimmyNeutron
I haven't seen anyone mention SRWARE's Iron browser. It's based on Chromium and doesn't have any of the bloatware crud that Chrome has nor any of the privacy issues. It comes pretty well locked down for security and bills itself as the most secure browser available.
I highly recommend it.
And if you are concerned about search privacy - use www.startpage.com...
Originally posted by ignorant_ape
reply to post by Maxmars
i have a question :
what evidence does any one have for this claim of " self- destruct code " transmitted ??????
because i see " cascade failure " - ie one app is reliant on data from another app - nd when app one fails - app two is doomed
that is poor management - not a " self destruct code "
each app in the ` chain ` should be able to function as a stand alone component - users should accept that each " stand alone " app - is going to offer only a fraction of what the integrated app cloud can deliver - but each should be able to do something by iteslf
Originally posted by Apollumi
It was inevitable. Any of you guys remember when Netscape was around and you had to pay for it? It was either that or use Microsoft's clunky piece of crap. But people are all about free for themselves or at least cheap for themselves. Hence you now get the browser free but you get a microscope up the anus. I'm not quite ready to surf the Internet via telnet just yet (except for geeky fun) but I would never have touched Chrome...
I even worry about Firefox (the bastard child of Netscape) but with so much hardware watching us on Internet backbones I'm not sure there is any way out short of borrowing somebody Else's network connection from a long ways out. You are now bagged tagged and databased. And hardly a person cares as long as they get their Internet fix. Lol, damn cattle...edit on 11-12-2012 by Apollumi because: (no reason given)
reply to post by Lonewulph
ps thanks for the tips, I'll have to see if there is a thread out there with more information on how to better tune up Chrome.