@emanuele i tried it. i couldn't tell the difference between it and firefox with tweaked settings, so i stopped using it, especially since i didn't know who the developers were.
@emanuele I’ve been maining Librewolf for several months, and I absolutely love it. I highly encourage you to give it a try alongside Firefox, and if you find that the hardening that Librewolf has is too much for you, you can always go back to Firefox. The hardening on Librewolf is done by applying a bunch of settings in the about:config for you, so you don’t have to manually change thousands of settings yourself, along with a bunch of other things like installing UBlockOrigin.
@RachaelAva1024 thanks for your feedback! My Firefox installation is already hardened af, so I didn't notice any difference until now.
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