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Well, ie and firefox both have menu bars with things divided off
into categories, chrome has a menu button where everything is
thrown together and you just have to keep arrowing down until you
find what you want. Bookmarks in firefox are fairly simple, as
long as you put the bookmark in the right place when you save it.
Bookmarks are hard enough to get to in chromium-based browsers
that I generally don't mess with them; if I found a thing once
I'll either find it again or use it enough to remember the
On 6/27/2019 04:54, Sharon wrote:
What do you mean as menus being quite
as deep as? I’m confused about bookmarks for example in both
Firefox and Google Chrome. IE is so simple. I don’t know
what I’m missing here.
I don't think there is one best web browser. The
chromium-based ones are okay, although I try to avoid actual
google chrome because of its spying. I'd much rather use
brave it blocks ads and lets me read things where other
browsers just say you have to subscribe or allow ads. I like
firefox for the fact that its menus aren't buried quite as
deep as chromium-based browsers. Other than the menus they
all basically work the same, so there really is no reason to
restrict yourself to only using one browser.
On 6/26/2019 15:07, James Gashel wrote:
Please post your recommendations of
what you think is the best web browser to use with the
latest version of JAWS. I seem to go back and forth on
this and would like to settle down and really learn using
what folks think is best.
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