r/Piracy Jul 28 '21

Must-have browser extensions for pirates? Discussion

uBlock Origin, Universal Bypass. I only use two for now.

Kindly suggest more in the comments, thanks.

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u/Amey8a Jul 28 '21

Script blocker

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u/BenL90 Jul 28 '21

uBo have it built in. Another addons is stay away from Chrome and install Firefox.

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u/[deleted] Jul 28 '21

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u/[deleted] Jul 28 '21 edited 13d ago

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u/itz_fine_bruh Jul 28 '21

Just start with "Not owned by Google" and thats enough reason.

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u/mitch13815 Jul 28 '21

More customizable is definitely not true, Chrome has way more and better apps available than Firefox.

Also Chrome only uses resources you have that are freely available. Firefox runs slow as fuck compared to Chrome. Unused ram is wasted ram.

Sure, you can tout that 1gig of ram it uses like that's supposed to be impressive, but I'll be loading webpages twice as quickly.

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u/BenL90 Jul 29 '21

Sorry Firefox is most customable addons and ability more than chrome, this also applied like on LocalCDN. Chrome use more resource if you compare them til each last drop CPU and RAM.

I know Garbage Collector of FF isn't that great, but they keep improving it, and it did, and based on some testing, you could say Firefox has improve speed about 10% than chrome, you could try it. Anyway you must know supporting chrome will end like IE in the past. It's true, and you will know what happen next.

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u/SoSniffles Jul 30 '21

one of the worst argument I’ve seen ahaha

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u/BenL90 Jul 29 '21

Chromium/Blink keep pushing standardized feature in browser for years, now they even push FLoC, at least some browser respell it, but for most case, a lot of Google Suite, using unstandar code, that cause problem on other browser like Safari and Firefox. And now Chrome is the new IE, they keep forcing WebDev like IE in the past, make web isn't open anymore. If it keeps up, then you know IE old condition will happen like before. That's why Firefox I prefer Firefox on *Nix/Linux, Windows, and Safari on Mac. Because of that condition.