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Bowser - Peaches (Official Music Video) | The Super Mario Bros. Movie


Love really makes a turtle come out of his shell. #SuperMarioMovie #Peaches (from The Super Mario Bros. Movie) by Jack Black as Bowser. 🤍 Written by Jack Black, Aaron Horvath, Michael Jelenic, Eric Osmond & John Spiker  Published by Balanga Music (BMI) Vocals Performed by Jack Black Production, Mixing, Engineering & Piano Performance by John Spiker Recorded at Studio Supreme, Sherman Oaks, CA Mastered by Patricia Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering The Super Mario Bros. Movie Only In Theaters Now Facebook: 🤍es/SMBFB Twitter: 🤍es/SMBTW Instagram: 🤍es/SMBIG TikTok: 🤍es/SMBTT Site: 🤍es/SMBSite 🤍 🤍 🤍 From Nintendo and Illumination comes a new animated film based on the world of Super Mario Bros. Directed by Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic (collaborators on Teen Titans Go!, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies) from a screenplay by Matthew Fogel (The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, Minions: The Rise of Gru), the film stars Chris Pratt as Mario, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Charlie Day as Luigi, Jack Black as Bowser, Keegan-Michael Key as Toad, Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong, Fred Armisen as Cranky Kong, Kevin Michael Richardson as Kamek and Sebastian Maniscalco as Spike. The film is produced by #Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri and by Shigeru Miyamoto for #Nintendo. The film will be co-financed by Universal Pictures and Nintendo and released worldwide by Universal Pictures.

Incredible Dangers in Browsers (Affects all of them)


Most people do not realize the privacy risks in browsers and spend their time thinking about which browser is better. It's time for you to understand the flaws in every single browser and this has a significant effect on your privacy and security. 00:00 Intro 01:11 Web Workers 02:55 HSTS HTTPS Strict Transport Security 05:33 Autofill and Password Managers 07:23 Browser Extensions 09:13 Auto Downloading 10:37 Google Ad Topics 13:11 Browser Fingerprinting 15:40 Defense Approach - De-Googled Phones are available on 🤍. Sign in to the platform to see the store. You will not be asked for personal information to sign up. - Merch Store 🤍 - I'm the Internet Privacy Guy. I'm a public interest technologist. I'm here to educate. You are losing your Internet privacy and Internet security every day if you don't fight for it. Your data is collected with endless permanent data mining. Learn about a TOR router, a VPN , antivirus, spyware, firewalls, IP address, wifi triangulation, data privacy regulation, backups and tech tools, and evading mass surveillance from NSA, CIA, FBI. Learn how to be anonymous on the Internet so you are not profiled. Learn to speak freely with pseudo anonymity. Learn more about the dangers of the inernet and the dangers of social media, dangers of email. I like alternative communication technology like Amateur Radio and data communications using Analog. I'm a licensed HAM operator. Support this channel on Patreon! 🤍 Contact Rob on the Brax.Me App (🤍robbraxman) for encrypted conversations (open source platform) 🤍 Store for BytzVPN, BraxRouter, De-googled Privacy AOSP Phones, Linux phones, and merchandise 🤍 Premium VPN with Pi-Hole, Cloud-Based TOR Routing 🤍 Cybersecurity Reference 🤍 Privacy Focused Social Media - Open Source Please follow me on Odysee 🤍 Rumble 🤍

The Best Web Browser


I've been on the hunt for a new browser for YEARS! Finally, I found my new home for a web browser that performs better than the rest! Thorium Browser: 🤍 Linux GitHub Page: 🤍 Windows Github Page: 🤍 Support My Work - ►► Get Updates, Launch Announcements and More ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Tech Digital Downloads ➜ 🤍 ►► Product and Service Recommendations ➜ 🤍 ►► My YouTube Gear and Computers ➜ 🤍 Other Places to Find Me - ►► Titus Tech Talk ➜ 🤍 ►► Titus Tech Gaming ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Fitness ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitch ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitter ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps supports the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!

my browser, my paste


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The ULTIMATE Browser Tier List (Based Tier to Spyware Tier)


With the amount of web browsers out there, how are you supposed to know which one to use? In this video, I'll rank every popular browser out there from the best to the worst. You want a browser that respects your privacy but is still easy enough to use for normal people. Will Google Chrome come out on top? Find out in this video... Search engine tier list: 🤍 Betterfox user.js for Firefox: 🤍 Arkenfox user.js for Firefox: 🤍 Narsil user.js for Firefox: 🤍 🌐 My website: 🤍 💸 Support the Channel: 🤍 🎥 Watch my videos on Odysee: 🤍 💻 My GitHub: 🤍 0:00 Intro 2:16 Brave 5:15 Firefox 6:48 Hardened Firefox 10:28 GNOME Web (Epiphany) 11:48 Google Chrome 12:48 GNU IceCat 16:54 LibreWolf 20:24 Microsoft Edge 20:50 Opera 21:47 Pale Moon 24:31 Qutebrowser 28:41 Ungoogled Chromium 30:55 Vivaldi 35:03 Waterfox 38:08 My recommendations 39:02 Conclusion

What is a browser?


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Ladybird browser update (November 2023)


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Top 5 Best Web Browsers (2023)


These are the Top 5 web browsers for your computer. This year there were quite a few changes. Instead of being based on popularity, we’ll count these down based on numerous factors including performance, the number of useful features, privacy and security, and cross platform support. All are free and available on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Subscribe! ▶ 🤍 Share This Video ▶ 🤍 “Free Software” Playlist 🤍 22 Search Engines You Can Use Instead of Google! 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:26 5 1:42 4 3:07 3 4:22 Bonus Picks 5:45 2 7:20 1 Apple Safari 🤍 Brave 🤍 DuckDuckGo Browser for Mac 🤍 Google Chrome 🤍 Microsoft Edge 🤍 Mozilla Firefox 🤍 Opera 🤍 Opera GX 🤍 Tor Browser 🤍 Vivaldi 🤍 WATCH MORE VIDEOS: o 66 Most Useful Websites Everyone Should Know! - 🤍 o Colorize Black & White Photos Automatically with this Amazing Free Tool! - 🤍 o Top 5 Best “No-Code Website Builders - 🤍 o Top 10 Best Free Movie Websites to Watch Online - 🤍 o 10 Free Software You Probably Didn’t Know Existed! - 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Brett In Tech is a leading source for the technology that we use each day. Whether it’s discussing operating system tricks, software, useful websites, or letting you know about the best internet web browsers for your computer, Brett In Tech has boundless topics on technology for the astute YouTube viewer.

Why Everyone Is OBSESSED With Arc Browser


Arc Browser has conquered the precious “default browser” setting of thousands of people in the tech scene. Why? In this video I am breaking down Arc browser, its psychology and design that are making people ditch chrome and the genius strategy behind 🤍TheBrowserCompany (the startup building Arc). 📮 JOIN MY (FREE) EMAIL CLUB 🤍 Exclusive videos every week about tech, behind the scenes of how I make videos and building stuff on the internet ► GEAR AND SOFTWARE I USE 🤍 ► INSTAGRAM 🤍 ► WEBSITE 🤍 ► 1-1 CONSULTING 🤍 ► REACH OUT enricotartarottibusiness🤍 ► ABOUT 🖖 Hey! I'm Enrico and on this channel I go behind the scenes of the design, psychology and stories behind tech and making stuff on the internet. I'm a tech Product Manager, builder of digital stuff, YouTube aficionado (and overall meme connoisseur). I am also a rare Italian who doesn’t know how to cook.

The Switch Has A WEB BROWSER?


The Best Web Browsers for Privacy


Try out Proton Mail, the secure email that protects your privacy: 🤍 Grab a brand new laptop or desktop running Linux: 🤍 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to a weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YouTube: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Liberapay: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 👕 GET TLE MERCH Support the channel AND get cool new gear: 🤍 🎙️ LINUX AND OPEN SOURCE NEWS PODCAST: Listen to the latest Linux and open source news, with more in depth coverage, and ad-free! 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: Website: 🤍 Mastodon: 🤍 Pixelfed: 🤍 PeerTube: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 #privacy #linux #webbrowser 00:00 Intro 00:37 Sponsor: Proton Mail, the private and encrypted email service 01:51 What's Browser Privacy 03:03 Google Chrome 05:14 Mozilla Firefox & LibreWolf 07:11 Brave 09:14 Tor Browser 10:51 Microsoft Edge 11:57 Opera 12:56 Vivaldi 14:07 What should you use? 15:05 Sponsor: Get a PC that was made to run Linux 16:02 Support the channel So, Chrome is THE most used browser in the world, on mobile, and on desktop. Out of the box, it doesn't have an ad blocker, or a tracker blocker enabled. To use that browser to the fullest, you'll also need to use a Google Account, and thus everything you do in your browser will be collected unless you specifically disable it. You can disable a lot of things in your Google account and the web browser settings, but you'll need to download extensions to block the most invasive trackers and limit fingerprinting. Chrome is also not open source. On Privacy, we can also see that Chrome has weak fingerprinting resistance. Firefox has a good reputation for privacy, but it's not the best choice either. By default, it collects telemetry data, including how many tabs you have open, how many windows, how many webpages you visit, the number and type of extensions, duration of your browsing sessions, and some technical data on your OS, the version of the browser, the language, and your IP address in their server logs. Firefox can also use this data to recommend extensions to you. In terms of protections, Firefox doesn't block tracking scripts or pixels but it does block social media trackers, cross site cookies, cryptominers, plus all tracking when you're in incognito mode. Firefox is open source, so you can be reasonably sure that it doesn't collect more than what it tells you. If you like Firefox but you don't want the telemetry, and you want improved fingerprinting protection, then there's Librewolf. Brave offers a lot of what you'd be able to do in another browser with extensions, but it does so out of the box. They call them "shields", and they block ads, trackers, fingerprinters, and cross site cookies by default. They also auto redirect GOogle's AMP pages to the "real" website, and they redirect tracking URLs so you're not even visiting the tracking domain at all. The ultimate private browser is probably Tor Browser, but it won't be for everyone. Tor Browser blocks everything that the website might want to learn about you, so there's no tracking at all, and no fingerprinting, but ads aren't blocked. Edge is based on CHromium, the base for CHrome, but they remove everything Google related from it, to mostly replace it with Microsoft related things, like a Microsoft account. Edge, by default, has an opt-out for telemetry. It will block trackers from third party sites, and some ad trackers as well. It also collects "required" diagnostic data that can't opt out of, and this data is used to personalize ads from microsoft. If you use a microsoft account, you'll also give MS a bunch of data in the process, including device information, usage data, browsing activity, bookmarks and more. Opera is yet another chromium based browser, which gets the worst results on It has a unique fingerprint, and doesn't block tracking scripts, or pixels, it doesn't resist fingerprinting, it doesn't remove tracking parameters, and it also doesn't block the major tracking cookies. It doesn't send "do not track" signals by default either. Their privacy policy also states that they might share personal data with third parties, which can be worrying, as Opera has been bought by a chinese consortium in 2016. Vivaldi is also a chromium based browser. At first start, it will ask you what you want to block. Vivaldi doesn't collect any data, browsing history or anything else, even if you use a Vivaldi account, because everything is encrypted in there.

"The Best Web Browser" Isn't Thorium


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We tested 7 private browsers. Which one is the best?


👾 Follow this link to book a demo: 🤍 Hi there! In this video, we’ll be testing seven different private browsers. BRAVE EPIC AVAST SECURE BROWSER COMODO DRAGON WATERFOX IRON LIBREWOLF We’ll be comparing their interfaces and capabilities, as well as some interesting settings. We’ll also test each browser to see just how private they really are. For this test, we’ll need two different tools: The first is, which offers a range of tests to evaluate the security and privacy of your web browser, including geolocation and fingerprinting. The second is PortMaster, which checks to see the kind of connections each browser is making. We’ve divided the video into chapters, and the timecodes are in the description, so you can jump to whichever browser you’d like to hear about. Тimecodes: 00:00 About the experiment 01:00 Brave 05:14 Epic 08:48 Avast Secure Browser 11:25 Comodo Dragon 13:29 Waterfox 15:19 Iron 17:32 LibreWolf 19:58 Verdict 👾 More about us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #bestprivatebrowser #privacytests #sumsub

What happens when you type a URL into your browser?


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Top 6 Most Secure Web Browsers in 2023 🎯


🧨Here's the Top 6 Most Secure Web Browsers in 2023🎯 👉 Get NordVPN ➜ 🤍 💥EXCLUSIVE SPECIAL DISCOUNT + 30 Day Money Back Guarantee💥 ► NordVPN Review (In-depth) ➜ 🤍 👉 Top 7 MUST HAVE Cyber Security Software ➜ 🤍 Today we’re going to talk about an important topic – secure web browsers. So I’ll be talking about the most secure browsers based on the past year, and spoiler alert – the best ones are not your default browser. So, let’s dive in! Timestamps 00:00 ➜ Intro  00:15 ➜ Secure Browsers? 01:13 ➜ #6: Google Chrome 02:21 ➜ #5: Safari 03:40 ➜ #4: Ungoogled Chromium 04:35 ➜ #3: Brave 05:56 ➜ #2: Mozilla Firefox 06:45 ➜ #1: Tor 08:35 ➜ Verdict What’s up guys, it’s Lucas. And today we’re going to talk about an important topic – secure web browsers. So I’ll be talking about the most secure browsers based on the past year, and spoiler alert – the best ones are not your default browser. So, let’s dive in! What does it mean to have a secure web browser? Secure web browsers are ones that don’t track your activity and do their best to avoid vulnerabilities that might allow hackers to exploit loopholes in their coding. Now, mainstream providers like Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome do have built-in security features like download protection, malicious website detection, and automatic “do not track” requests, which make them pretty safe from a security standpoint. But even mainstream browsers that enable you to browse in so-called “private” or windows can still track your activity and send your data to third parties. That’s why your best bet is to choose a secure browser to protect your data. Anyway, let’s get to it. The most secure web browsers in 2023, from worst to best. In last place, we have Google Chrome! Yes, I know, I know, it’s probably the most popular browser on the list. That doesn’t make it the best. While it scores exceptionally high in terms of security, I would hesitate to call Google Chrome a “secure browser.” Here’s why. Coming in at number five, we have our other behemoth browser: Safari. Hear me out: the privacy on Safari is better than Google Chrome. Not much better, but better. Although we know Apple has been accused of data collection in the past, users can now opt into data gathering techniques, which makes Apple’s products a lot more attractive from a privacy standpoint. Still, its creators are part of the NSA’s PRISM program, so take it with a grain of salt. Alright, coming in at number four we have Ungoogled Chromium. While Chromium already scores high in the security department, the ungoogled version takes an extra step, removing background requests to all web services. It also removes pre-made binaries from the source code. Ungoogled Chromium uses HTTPS when possible, disables automatic URL formatting in Omnibox, and disallows pinging an IPv6 address. Now, our number three spot goes to a browser that is mobile-friendly: Brave. Brave is a relatively new Chromium-based private browser, but it already supports all major platforms – something that other browsers on this list still haven’t achieved. Mozilla Firefox is by far the safest mainstream web browser. Although our number one pick is the most battle-ready private browser out of the box. But if you are looking for a hardcore security browser, let me introduce you to the king of private browsers, my number one pick, Tor Browser. So, I always like to use a VPN extension to my browser as an additional layer of protection. This encrypts my data and helps to avoid IP leaks. My personal favorite and the one I use is NordVPN. I talk more about why I like using Nord in my favorite cybersecurity products video which I’ll link to below. And as I mentioned earlier, this includes all of the most essential online security products that the average person would benefit from the most for protecting their privacy and staying safe online. But otherwise, what are your thoughts on secure web browsers? Do you agree with the rankings? Let me know in the comments below! And thanks so much for watching. If you found this video helpful, click the like button, that always makes my day, and if you’re a new subscriber, welcome to the channel and I look forward to seeing you in the next video! - DISCLOSURE - I am affiliated, but not sponsored by any VPN provider. This means I might make money when you purchase paid services through the links provided and I might be able to offer discounts when available. Not being sponsored allows me to keep my own opinions and provide reviews and tutorials without bias. So, if you enjoyed the content consider using my affiliate links. Hope you enjoy Top 6 Most Secure Web Browsers in 2023 video. #MostSecureWebBrowsers #SecureWebBrowsers #TopSecureBrowsers

The Best Internet Browser for Tech Fans!


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Why Browser Wars Are Silly: Here's What Matters!


Long ago I left Firefox in pursuit of testing out countless browser for my privacy and security journey. Here's my journey which demonstrates why browser wars are silly and what I suggest people do who are looking for the best privacy and security browser(s) for them. Browsers I considered (or used) were Firefox, Tor, Brave, Vivaldi, Opera, Edge, Safari, ungoogled-chromium, Arc, and Mullvad Browser. My coverage of Mullvad Browser: 🤍 🔐 Our Website: 🤍 🕵 Go Incognito Course - to learn about privacy: 🤍 🏫 Techlore Coaching - to get direct support: 🤍 💻 Techlore Forum - to connect with other advocates: 🤍 🦣 Mastodon - to stay updated: 🤍 We cannot provide our content without our Patrons, huge thanks to: Afonso, Boori, BRIGHTSIDE, Casper, Clark, Cyclops, Eldarix, JohnnyO, Jon, kevin, Larry, love your content, NotSure, Poaclu, x 🧡 Join them on Patreon: 🤍 💚 To see our production gear, privacy tools we use, and other affiliates: 🤍 💖 All Techlore Support Methods: 🤍 00:00 Browser Wars are Silly 00:16 A New Beginning 01:26 Chromium Strikes Back 03:20 Return of the Emo 05:48 The Mullvad Awakens 07:08 What's Next? 09:06 What Should YOU Do? #browser #firefox #techlore

I'm leaving Firefox, and this is the browser I picked...


Wanna get your own Linux server? Visit 🤍 for a 100$ credit ! Get your Linux desktop or laptop here: 🤍 #Firefox #Browsing #Linode 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to an exclusive weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YOUTUBE: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: I also do a Gaming Podcast: 🤍 Join us on our new Discord server: 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 Follow me on ODYSEE: 🤍 Or join ODYSEE: 🤍 📷 GEAR I USE: Sony Alpha A6600 Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 Sigma 56mm Fixed Prime Lens: 🤍 Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse: 🤍 Bluetooth Space Grey Mac Keyboard: 🤍 Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: 🤍 LG Curved Ultrawide Monitor: 🤍 Logitech White Speakers: 🤍 Xbox Controller: 🤍 *Amazon Links are affiliate codes and generate small commissions to support the channel* 00:00 Intro 00:26 Sponsor - Linode 01:38 Why U No Love Firefox? 03:42 What I want in a web browser 05:03 Firefox Forks 06:35 Epiphany - GNOME Web 07:58 Google Chrome 08:47 Chromium 10:02 Brave 11:21 Vivaldi 12:46 Opera 13:26 Microsoft Edge 14:22 The FINAL CHOICE + full benchmarks Let's start with why I want to switch from Firefox to something else. First, Firefox is adding ads in the browser. Firefox has telemetry enabled out of the box. Firefox pushes other services I have no use for, like Pocket. Firefox doesn't integrate all that well on Linux, and doesn't really look like a native app, unless you use custom userchrome.css, which might be disabled in the future. I like the Proton redesign, but it still doesn't really look like a native application. Firefox's mobile app isn't great on Android. On iOS, it's just a Safari wrapper, but the interface isn't great either, IMO. Now, what am I looking for in a browser, apart from a nice daily companion to share my adventures on the wonderful place that is the internet? I want something that looks at home on my desktop as much as possible, something that looks like it's using GTK or Qt. I don't need thousands of features and extensions: an ad block, syncing with an account to keep my passwords in sync between devices, or compatibility with a password manager, and that's it. I need a mobile client that has reasonable performance and a usable interface. I need decent performance so stuff loads relatively fast and doesn't stutter too much. Anything that performs in the same class as Firefox will work for me. Ram usage is irrelevant, as I only use computers with 16Gb of RAM or more, so my browsing never really poses a threat to that. I want a browser that's private out of the box, without opt-out telemetry, ads in the browser, or data collection. I'd like to avoid chromium based browsers if possible, because Chromium is controlled by Google, however open source it is, and that monopoly kinda scares me. In the end, if it's not possible, I'll live with it. Grumpily, but I'll live with it. That's about it! We might have to compromise on some of these points, so we'll be attributing a score to each browser. Let's look at what's available. Firefox benchmarks: Version 93 123 runs per minute - Speedometer 821.88 motionmark 894.37 basemark WaterFox Benchmarks: Version G4.0.1 109 runs / minute - Speedometer 757.65 motionmark 763.78 basemark Epiphany Benchmarks: Version 40.3 121 runs / minute - speedometer 324.60 motionmark 721.31 basemark Google Chrome Benchmarks: Version 95.0.4638 165 runs per minute - speedometer Couldn't complete motionmark 1566.3 basemark Chromium Version 94.0.4606.81 142.9 runs per minute - Speedometer Couldn't complete motionmark 1487.03 basemark Brave Benchmarks version 1.30.87 127 runs/min speedometer 718.51 motionmark 1168.89 basemark Vivaldi Benchmarks Version 4.3.2439.63 Speedometer: 124 runs per minute Can't complete motionmark 1288.73 basemark Opera Benchmarks Version 80.0.4170.16 Speedometer 135.2 runs/minute Motionmark couldn't complete 1240.1 basemark Microsoft Edge Version 95.0.1020.40 Speedometer 141 runs per minute Motionmark can't complete 1354.3 basemark 🤍 🤍

Set this settings for Cookies in Google Chrome browser #shorts ❤🙂


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the most SECURE browser!! (testing it with malware)


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Browser History Saved On Your Router (Animation Meme)


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Best Browser Privacy? Edge vs Chrome vs Firefox vs Brave in Wireshark


Which is the best browser for privacy? Is it Firefox, Edge, Chrome or Brave, today we look at DNS requests in Wireshark to analyze the connections made by each. Which is the safest and best browser to use? Get an open source intrusion prevention system with Crowdsec (sponsor): 🤍 Buy the best antivirus: 🤍 Join the discussion on Discord: 🤍 Get your business endpoints tested by us: 🤍 Contact us for business: 🤍

Which Web Browser Should I Use? Top 6 Browsers Compared!


Which web browser is best? Chrome? Firefox? Safari? I compared the top 6 browsers to find the answer. Chrome: 🤍 Brave: 🤍 Safari: 🤍 Edge: 🤍 Opera: 🤍 Firefox: 🤍 🧢 Get a Craylor Hat: 🤍 🌐 Learn how to build a WordPress website for FREE: 🤍y 💬 Join the Craylor Community on Discord (it's free!): 🤍 📞 Book a consultation (we can chat about anything!): 🤍 🎥 Gear I use: 🤍 ☕️ Like my content? You can buy me a coffee! 🤍 Connect with me: ➞ 🤍 ➞ 🤍 ➞ 🤍 ➞ 🤍 0:00 - Interface 0:54 - Speed 2:04 - Features 4:49 - Privacy 6:34 - Extensions 7:25 - My Personal Favorite Browser Affiliate link disclosure: most of my videos include affiliate links in the description. When you click an affiliate link, I may receive a commission for any products or services you purchase through that link. It doesn't cost you anything extra, and in some cases, you may receive a discount through my links. All my opinions are 100% honest, and you are welcome to purchase things by finding them on your browser instead of my links. Thank you for supporting the channel!

“Gaming Web Browser”… R U kidding me?


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What is a web browser?


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MKBHD reviewed our Arc browser... (CEO reacts)


This felt like a big moment, so we just had to put Josh Miller, CEO of the Browser Company, on camera. The Verge: "The Arc browser is the Chrome replacement I’ve been waiting for" Try the app yourself! ➡➡ 🤍 Subscribe for product updates on the Arc browser, a behind the scenes look at our company & team, and more.

Browser Basics


In this video, you’ll learn more about using web browsers. Visit 🤍 for our text-based lesson. This video includes information on: • Understanding URLs and the address bar • Accessing bookmarks and history • Saving images and plug-ins We hope you enjoy!

STOP Using Firefox Forks! Use Mullvad Browser Instead.


Firefox has so many browsers based on it, but most of them are redundant and serve no unique purpose. The Mullvad Browser isn't though, so what is it? Website: 🤍 Donate: ✨ Patreon: 🤍 ▶️ YouTube Membership: 🤍 Links: 📒 Odysee: 🤍 🐘 Mastodon: 🤍 𝕏 Twitter: 🤍 📁 Gitlab: 🤍 🪙 Crypto: XMR: 84ZpcYxjfkT7uFGXgmi2jH2wyhUBMx8hGBJ3sAp478rKSShMAJHR3DhVVPSwCAskReRBPifzpA5Vu7HPpzAxHUux3SFS4bh 🎵BGM: [フリーBGM DOVA-SYNDROME / FREE BGM DOVA-SYNDROME] 🤍 👋 Outro: Khaim - Neon Lamp 🤍 👇 Sauce: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Stop Using Forks of Firefox 3:31 The Mullvad Browser 6:34 Limitations 9:29 It's Very Young 10:59 Outro/Sponsor Fake Out

Most Popular Desktop Browsers 1993 - 2022


In this data visualization I only include desktop web browsers, so no mobile web browsers. So the numbers will be different after 2008, when smartphones took off. Like the previous visualization this one goes back to the first graphical web browser, Mosaic. Before Mosaic most users browsed the web either with a text based web browser such as Lynx or using Nexus which had a graphical interface, which was easier to use. 1993 Mosaic First graphical web browser, Mosaic brought the web to life with inline images and links. 1994 Netscape Navigator Launched at $49 with a 90 day trial 1995 Opera Launched to the public as trialware Internet Explorer That same year IE launched as free add-on to Windows 95 1996 Marc Andreessen co-founded both, Mosaic and Netscape 1997 Netscape held 70% of the market but IE being free and part of Windows was gaining fast. This forced Netscape to became freeware. 1998 Microsoft was taken to court for violating antitrust laws 1999 America Online acquired Netscape for $4.2 billion dollars 2000 Microsoft was found guilty and decided to split IE from Windows 2001 IE was the official winner of the first browser war 2002 Firefox Beta launched, originally called Phoenix, then Firebird 2003 Safari 1.0 released by Apple 2004 Firefox 1.0 finally released to the public 2005 Free Opera Opera browser becomes freeware 2006 IE 7.0 Microsoft reintegrated IE into Windows 2008 Netscape Ends Netscape Navigator is discontinued after version 9 2008 Chrome 1.0 Google releases Chrome 2009 Mobile Web Mobile browsers and apps start reducing desktop use 2010 Firefox 3.6 Firefox introduces Personas theme engine with version 3.6 2011 IE 9 Introduced new interface 2012 Chrome overtakes IE 2013 IE 11 Final version of IE 2014 Opera 19 Introduced Workspaces feature to organize tabs 2015 Edge Microsoft launches Edge to replace IE 2016 Opera 40 Launches with free VPN & battery saver mode 2017 Firefox 55 Included VR capability 2018 Opera 50 Included an anti-Bitcoin mining tool 2019 Firefox 70 Featured Dark Mode & Tracker Blocker 2020 Edge Microsoft introduced Chromium-based Edge and a new logo. 2021 Chrome Google begins development of an alternative to cookies to protect user privacy. What is your favorite desktop browser?

The Final Solution for Browsing the Web


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Anti-detect Browser Incogniton - No more bans and restrictions - Try 10 browser profiles for FREE


Get 10 anti-detect browser profiles for free: 🤍 Incogniton is an anti-detect browser for multiple account management. A user-friendly solution for accessing various unique browser profiles in a structured overview, while always protecting your privacy. You can test Incogniton for free by signing up for the free starter package. Key features: • Multiple browser profiles • Online fingerprint protection • Team collaboration • Easy-to-use interface • Bulk creating of new browser profiles • Cookie management, the ability to import, export and a Cookie Collector • Safe data storage, Data from browser profiles is securely stored in an online database. You can also choose to store your data on your own device. Join us via: 🤍 Get in touch with us via Email: support🤍 Telegram: 🤍 #Incogniton #antidetect #browser #proxies #proxy #affiliate #marketing #socialmedia #extension #chrome #bulk #profiles #bookmarks #extensions #automation

Samsung Internet comes to Windows! Is this the best browser for foldables?


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Thorium browser ecco tutta la verità!


Thorium browser: tutta la verità! Thorium browser è sicuro? Thorium è un nuovo browser web basato su Chromium. Chromium è un progetto open source che fornisce la base per molti browser web, tra cui Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge e Opera. Thorium è stato progettato per essere veloce, sicuro e privo di tracciamento. In questo video, vedremo: I pregi di Thorium, come la sua velocità, la sua sicurezza e la sua privacy I difetti di Thorium, come la sua mancanza di alcune funzionalità avanzate Le falle di sicurezza di Thorium, che sono state scoperte e risolte Inoltre, vedremo come è stato testato Thorium prima di proporlo. Se stai pensando di provare Thorium, questo video è per te! Thorium è un nuovo browser web basato su Firefox. È progettato per essere veloce, sicuro e privo di tracciamento. In questo video, vedremo: I pregi di Thorium, come la sua velocità, la sua sicurezza e la sua privacy I difetti di Thorium, come la sua mancanza di alcune funzionalità avanzate Le falle di sicurezza di Thorium, che sono state scoperte e risolte Inoltre, vedremo come è stato testato Thorium prima di proporlo. Se stai pensando di provare Thorium, questo video è per te! Per ulteriori informazioni, contenuti, forum, hardware consigliati, download e news unisciti alla nostra community! Sito: *🤍 Instagram: *🤍 Gruppo telegram: *🤍 Infine, se lo desideri puoi sostenerci abbonandoti al canale: 🤍 - - - N.B. Tutte le operazioni che compi sul tuo PC vengono fatte sotto la TUA responsabilità, pertanto non rispondo di eventuali danni alla proprietà o perdita di dati a seguito di una qualsiasi delle informazioni contenute in questo video. Usi queste informazioni a tuo esclusivo rischio e consapevole della tua esclusiva responsabilità.

Surf DARKWEB in 30 Seconds | Tor Browser | Ethics Reveal


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The BEST Web Browser You've NEVER Heard of


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build your own browser (crazy SECURE)


Build the world’s most secure browser: 🤍 and you get a $100 Credit good for 60 days as a new user! Try the NetworkChuck Cloud Browser: 🤍 (get 50% off the first month with coupon CHUCKHALFOFF) I launched the world's most secure web browser a few weeks ago... and some of you got mad at me! Well, not everyone, but a few of you were upset about a few key things that I'm addressing in this video. The biggest complaint is that you can do this yourself, for free... and you're right. Let me show you how you can build your very own "world's most secure" browser. This technology is actually pretty crazing, involving browsers inside docker containers, created out of thin air. These docker containers are then streamed back to your local browser, creating the most secure internet browsing experience possible. This beats all the browsers, chrome, edge, brave, opera…all of THEM!! hey, COMMANDS YOU NEED!! - The ONE command you need to install Kasm: cd /tmp curl -O 🤍 tar -xf kasm_release_1.12.0.d4fd8a.tar.gz sudo bash kasm_release/ accept-eula swap-size 4096 🔥🔥Join the NetworkChuck Academy!: 🤍 Sponsored by Linode Cloud Computing from Akamai SUPPORT NETWORKCHUCK - ➡️NetworkChuck membership: 🤍 ☕☕ COFFEE and MERCH: 🤍 Check out my new channel: 🤍 🆘🆘NEED HELP?? Join the Discord Server: 🤍 STUDY WITH ME on Twitch: 🤍 READY TO LEARN?? - -Learn Python: 🤍 -Get your CCNA: 🤍 FOLLOW ME EVERYWHERE - Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Join the Discord server: 🤍 AFFILIATES & REFERRALS - (GEAR I USE...STUFF I RECOMMEND) My network gear: 🤍 Amazon Affiliate Store: 🤍 Buy a Raspberry Pi: 🤍 Do you want to know how I draw on the screen?? Go to 🤍 and use code NetworkChuck to get 20% off!! fast and reliable unifi in the cloud: 🤍 #networkchuckcloudbrowser #securebrowser #kasm

Brave: The Privacy Browser


Online privacy is a right. Other browsers don’t respect your privacy. Brave is different. We built better privacy into a much faster browser. Brave: The Privacy Browser. Download today: 🤍

Why I Stopped Using the Brave Browser


So you probably think the Brave browser is pretty cool, huh? I like the Brave browser but after years of using it, it's hard to ignore some of the flaws of the browser. In this video, I'll explain why I stopped using Brave, my biggest annoyances and complaints regarding it, and what I recommend to use instead. If you liked the video, feel free to donate your hard-earned BAT! Browser tier list: 🤍 How to make Firefox better: 🤍 Why I can't stand Firefox, but still use it: 🤍 🌐 My website: 🤍 💸 Support the Channel: 🤍 🎥 Watch my videos on Odysee: 🤍 💻 My GitHub: 🤍 Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 0:00 Intro 1:25 Brave Rewards 8:02 Brave Shields 10:31 Brave bloat 14:47 So what do I recommend instead?

What is the Fastest Internet Browser in 2022 | Speed Test


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