Remember using the internet ten years ago? We sometimes try to forget, but then flashes of Internet Explorer 7 cross our view thanks to our college’s insistence on using Windows. Dire times, and the only alternative worth its salt on Windows was Netscape Navigator.
The less said about that the better.
On Linux the choices were technically better but aesthetically lacking, but all this changed when Firefox came along in 2004 and gave people a choice across all platforms. After the last 18 months of global privacy concerns, and more recent problems with doxxing, the tenth anniversary edition of Firefox has some extra privacy functions baked in.
DuckDuckGo, the popular Google alternative that doesn’t track what you’ve searched for. There’s also a new Forget feature that will delete all your activity from a set period of time, selectable from a menu.
You can grab the latest version now, or update to it.