first of: NO!
Mozilla Firefox (former Netscape) will always be the Browser for users that care about privacy and avoiding 1984 in it’s worst scenario (digital dictatorship, where the user get’s killed for the slightest mistake or critique that does not please the Google AI).
data google tries to collect from users:
(it is probably only the tip of the iceberg)
“Google controls about 62% of mobile browsers, 69% of desktop browsers, and the operating systems on 71% of mobile devices in the world. 92% of internet searches go through Google and 73% of American adults use YouTube. Google runs code on approximately 85% of sites on the Web and inside as many as 94% of apps in the Play store. It collects data about users’ every click, tap, query, and movement from all of those sources and more.”
on the desktop: one refuses to believe it.
on mobile: should Mozilla start building their own SmartPhone and ship Firefox.apk per default?
BSI only recommends Firefox-ESR https://www.chip.de/news/Neue-Mindestanforderungen-an-sichere-Browser-BSI-empfiehlt-nur-ein-Tool_175190182.html
Microsoft giving up on IExplore: End of Life?
Microsoft Edge, officially unveiled on January 21, 2015, has replaced Internet Explorer as the default browser on Windows 10. Internet Explorer is still installed in Windows 10 in order to maintain compatibility with older websites and intranet sites that require ActiveX and other Microsoft legacy web technologies.
According to Microsoft, development of new features for Internet Explorer has ceased. However, it will continue to be maintained as part of the support policy for the versions of Windows with which it is included.
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