Discussion in 'Internet and Technology' started by doubt, Aug 8, 2019.
Is anyone using it successfully?
I've been using CCleaner for a few years now and I haven't had any problems with it at all.
I usually use that after I remove something from my computer.
I am using it now to browse this thread. it seems pretty fast.
More info about this browser:
Adblock is included, that's good.
My only problem with the browser is that I can't use my favourite password manager with it.
The 3 options to choose from are:
It's white label Chromium. It's the same browser Avast and AVG use, which isn't surprising because Avast owns both AVG and Piriform.
Chrome, Firefox or Brave are my choices nowdays, didnt know cc did a browser...
The option to install it came with the latest CCleaner update.
I wouldn't use it, I don't' see why anyone would honestly..
I wish I could trust them, but ever since they had malware slip into their systems and shipped a release of their Windows cleaner with it, I shy away from CCleaner products.
I cannot see:
For couple of days it's new, good fun.
I have already installed on my PC:
Using them rarely.
Sticking to IE, I'm comfortable with it.
When it has some problems then I switch to one of the above browsers.
Dashlane is great, i switched to it probably 18 months ago and no issues so far. There are a couple of features it doesnt have that I would like though but its still pretty good password manager.
I don't trust these antivirus and security companies. I remember AVG was forcefully adding chrome addon and redirecting to amazon and other shopping site with their own affiliate links. I am sure Piriform must be doing the same.
Brave still needs quite a bit of polishing for it to be good. Vivaldi's performance, on the other hand, is how I remember it being when I first installed it in mid 2016. Three years later and its lack of speediness is concerning.
Keepass is a very robust open source password creator/manager. It can be used stand alone, but there are also open source browser interfaces for it available. Its not a standard browser plugin you can find at the Chrome "store". I've used it for years on Windows, Linux and Android.