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Apps for daily needs part 1: web browsers - Fedora Magazine

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One of most important apps for daily needs is web browsers. These are some of the web browsers that you can use on Fedora.
One of the important apps for daily needs is a web browser. That's because surfing the internet is an activity most people do in front of the computer. This article will introduce some of the open source web browsers that you can use on Fedora Linux. You need to install the software mentioned. All the browsers mentioned in this article are already available in the official Fedora repository. If you are unfamiliar with how to add software packages in Fedora Linux, see my earlier article Things to do after installing Fedora 34 Workstation.

Firefox

Firefox is a fast and privacy-focused browser that works across many devices. It was created by Mozilla and is a browser with complete features offering many extensions. You can add many powerful functions and useful features to your Firefox browser. It uses just enough memory to create a smooth experience so your computer stays responsive to other tasks. You can create an account that will allow you to share configurations on multiple devices, so you don't need to set up Firefox on each device.

Firefox offers the following features:

Private Browsing mode

Ad tracker blocking

Password manager

Sync between…
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