latest chromium-browser using high cpu on any page
israeldahl at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 00:41:23 UTC 2013
I have used DuckDuckGo and Ixquick for quite some years now. I try to
encourage otehrs to use it too, they don't confine you to results that
the computer "thinks" you will like.
I think DuckDuckGo is especially nice with the whole ! (bang)
searching. I use that an incredible amount. You can search the
ubuntuforums with !askubuntu <String> or askubuntu with !askubuntu <String>
There are tons of sites
And there are tons of other goodies too...
I think it is a superior search experience, though sometimes I use
ixquick if I can't find what I am looking for. It is nice having 2 to
get different results, though in the past year ddg has gotten a lot
On 12/15/2013 05:47 PM, David Yentzen wrote:
> I have been using QupZilla daily on both of my Lubuntu netbooks
> instead of FF. For daily use, it works great, it is sooo much faster
> and with a great deal of functionality. My only observation is the
> limited number of plug ins at this time. Otherwise, I really like it
> and hope it continues to mature
> @Israel - Thanks for all the input on Qupzilla. I really like it and
> with further maturation will prove to be a very good lightweight
> browser. You may wish to reconsider Duckduckgo and use startpage or
> Ixquick ( both related to each other) if privacy is a concern or
> desire. If you have the time you may wish to read this about Duckduckgo:
> On Sun, Dec 15, 2013 at 3:46 PM, Israel <israeldahl at gmail.com
> <mailto:israeldahl at gmail.com>> wrote:
> On 12/15/2013 03:26 PM, Aere Greenway wrote:
> > On 12/14/2013 09:29 PM, Israel wrote:
> >> This is simply amazing. I think this would make an excellent
> >> default... but of course I just downloaded it, and configured it. I
> >> will have to do some testing to see what all it can handle, and how
> >> fast everything is. With LXQt coming soon... this would be an
> >> excellent addition to the lineup... though I just started using
> it 5
> >> min ago... so this enthusiasm may be premature.
> > Will it play Flash Videos? A default browser should (I think)
> be able
> > to do at least that.
> Yeah. I can even watch Amazon on it (with libhal, of course). I have
> click to play enabled. Of course you must install flash
> separately, it
> isn't like Chrome (as far as I know). Though it is WebKit, so it
> be able to support Pepper, and use those plugins... though Chromium
> doesn't... so anyhow.... You can do all the normal stuff on it.
> (Or at
> least all the normal stuff I have tried). It saves passwords, and has
> excellent privacy management features. And as a plus it includes
> Duckduckgo as a search engine!!
> I haven't tried to open flash games, or anything like that, though.
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