I said bye-bye to Firefox some months ago, following their announcement of the upcoming Firefox browser "value added feature" involving actively tracking you and using your tracking profile to provide you with relevant ads on the browser home screen.
All useful browsers now internally track you to some degree. I moved to Chrome. Chrome is faster. Although it is (yuck) Google, one of the reasons that I believe that the Chrome browser is faster is because it does not incorporate all the user tracking features that the other browsers have. Since Google has effectively become the Internet, Google does not need to have its browser internally laden with internal profiling user reporting tracking code. Whatever you surf to on the Internet, Google is already there on the server end to to collect your computer identifiable metadata.
Google's Chrome browser allows the end-user to access the Internet, but the Internet itself is Google's in-house browser.
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