Flavalee: Can't blow your photo up enough to read your cap or vest.
'nam era here.
I started with FireFox early on. We were so happy....those guys were intent on collapsing IE and the gross stupidity it encompassed. They have gotten to the point they embrace the MS and google BS to track everything and to block you from eliminating that. PaleMoon did similar with removing the actually useful add-ons. Hence my search for alternatives.
Tried Baidu, Kmeleon, Spark, Opera, URBrowser....none worked for me.
The only real issue I am having with MP68 so far is UBlock won't open....partial blank window....same with Ghostery.
They'll probably fix it soon.
Had to fully uninstall 28.4, as MP68 did NOT show up in taskbar, NOR did it show up in Task Manager as an application. Once I did that and dragged the icon for MP68 into the taskbar, it all worked.
What folks don't realize is the big push by MicroSlime to "give" 10 away was to enable their tracking and data theft. They seem to have convinced FireFox, google, who knows what else, to declare war on older OS that do not have the innate capability to allow them to track.
You want to see how bad it is, find a machine with 10, turn off all the trackin, telemetry and updates....and it doesn't.
Updates while you have killed one bit, does nothing for Orchestrator nor sidhelper, and one or two more.
Try the built in firewall.....turn stuff off.....and find it turns it back on.
Then find Glasswire. Cost you forty bucks. And be amazed. Every time you open something the OS talks to th mothership. You get an immediate alert, block it, and that function does it no more.
Open a Word document in your owned program. Talks to MS.
Open a photo program, talks to MS.
I have dozens of things blocked.
That's after two weeks of making sure teletry was killed and updates was killed (requires Group Policy Editor....which in my case, MS disabled once I started killing things until I loaded Glasswire).
Why did FF need to eliminate support for XP? How hard is this, since MP68 uses their own code to allow us to use it? This clearly shows FF had the capability, but chose not to.
Then you have the web developers, almost script kiddies, who specifically write to block older browsers and OS.
All stuff they learned in Junior College from professors who swallowed the Kool-Aid.
Try Home Despot sometime with XP and FF52ESR.