Tomtiger wrote:Age: Interesting that 30% of the users are 45 years or older. 34% are 30-45 years and 36% are younger. Pretty atypical. However, it could explain the importance of older extensions/plugins.
I don't know how that compares to an "web browser users" age distribution in general, but maybe Pale Moon is
a choice for people that have been around for a long time...?
My primary motivation for switching from Firefox to Pale Moon has actually been Sync: I've been running my own FF sync server ever since the weave minimal php script appeared. And PM has been working with that without a hitch, while Mozilla abandoned Weave sync to go for a hosted solution as a vehicle to lure users into their identity platform (has that been abandoned by now, too?).
My primary OS currently is Win10, but I'm also using PM on Linux (and Android).  And I'm switching between quite a few systems, depending on where I am and what I'm doing exactly, so bookmark/history sync between all those is essential to have.
I'm an IT professional (datacenter infrastructure) - my programming skills end with simple scripting stuff though, so I didn't check any of the "participate in development" boxes.
It's 2017? Damn, I'm older than 45 too...
Since the end of last year, I've been trying to work with the Vivaldi browser. Of that, I primarily like the tab stacking features. I'm using global search a lot, but then that's mostly what PM does in the address bar. I'll probably switch back to PM, as I don't like some of the non-configurable featues of the chromium platform that Vivaldi is using (and there's no sync).