The Fedora Developers Plan To Switch Firefox With Epiphany, Somewhere Between The Releases Of Fedora 23 And Fedora 25

Hello Linux Geeksters. There are some discussions that, around Fedora 23 to Fedora 25, Fedora systems will replace Firefox with GNOME’s Web Browser Epiphany, as the system’s default browser.

The Fedora Developers Plan To Switch Firefox With Epiphany, Somewhere Between The Releases Of Fedora 23 And Fedora25

The Fedora developers are not happy with the fact that Firefox is now offering ads on the start page of new tabs and so, they are working hard at the WebKitGTK+ and Epiphany, to get it ready for mass usage. Also, they don’t see Midori as a good replacements because it’s lack of handling unverified TLS certificates.

The easiest way for bypassing Firefox’s new advertising method and keep Firefox is to install IceWeasel, the Firefox version rebranded by Debian. Despite the fact that IceWeasel is Firefox, the advertising feature has not been adopted on it.

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One comment on “The Fedora Developers Plan To Switch Firefox With Epiphany, Somewhere Between The Releases Of Fedora 23 And Fedora 25
  1. Marshall Neill says:

    Red Hat has lost their collective minds. Between Gnome 3 and forcing logind and now with the browser.
    And it’s not even a good looking browser.
    Seems they want evberything their way or the highway.

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