Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

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Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by Pale Moon Rising » 2019-12-01, 15:43

Pale Moon is ranked in the top-10 on: The TOP TENS Best Web Browsers list :thumbup: ... and Nice Review! :clap:
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Re: Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by vannilla » 2019-12-01, 16:34

Safe, Secure, fast, Reliable
the best because of the extensions
is the one that I would rely my security of my family's pattern of internet use. I like this for the safety, security, quickness
more secure than all the others, more reliable than all the others
You'd think these excerpts described Pale Moon, but they are actually about Google Chrome.

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Re: Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by Pale Moon Rising » 2019-12-01, 16:39

Google Chrome is absolutely my very LAST choice of browsers! :thumbdown:
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Re: Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by Kathuluforz » 2019-12-01, 17:19

Google Chrome is absolutely my very LAST choice of browsers!
I couldn't agree more! IMO Pale Moon should be on top of this list, I'm thinking the author of this piece ranked them by market share (maybe some dosh too?) , rather than just it's overall usability and security, which for me Pale Moon is #1 on the list.

Being a new Pale Moon user...I don't want to sound too overzealous, but I reelly freakin love my new browser Pale Moon :D
And I want to say Thank You Moonchild for all your hard work, and all the other folks involved in the Pale moon project for "every ones benefit"

I rarely post in the forum because I have absolutely Zero issues/problems so I just had to for this one.

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Re: Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by Pale Moon Rising » 2019-12-01, 17:56

Unfortunately, it will continue to be "herd mentality" for the most part that will continue to contribute to market share and in turn will be what keeps Google Chrome at, or near, the top of any browser list. :(
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Re: Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by Herb_ » 2019-12-02, 14:02

.. good forum with almost no bad behaviour. Help from mods and developers.
At that point in reading I had to laugh hard and loud, so the wife came along to check what has happened :D
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Re: Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by moonbat » 2019-12-02, 14:08

Herb_ wrote:
2019-12-02, 14:02
.. good forum with almost no bad behaviour. Help from mods and developers.
At that point in reading I had to laugh hard and loud, so the wife came along to check what has happened :D
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Re: Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by Moonchild » 2019-12-02, 18:16

If people want, I can stop being helpful, if that satisfies the conditions of what people expect from this forum.
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Re: Pale Moon makes Top-Ten on current Browser list

Post by moonbat » 2019-12-02, 23:59

Moonchild wrote:
2019-12-02, 18:16
If people want, I can stop being helpful, if that satisfies the conditions of what people expect from this forum.
No, you are helpful when people ask questions that haven't already been addressed elsewhere. Same with everyone else here and on the whole it is a closeknit and helpful community.
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