Hi, Judy. As Brian said, a Chromium
browser is one that is written in a specific code
(Chromium). That being said, what is also meant is that
Chromium browsers, (Edge, Firefox, Waterfox, Google Chrome,
etc.) have a general look and feel to them. If you use one
of them, and then install and use another Chromium browser,
they all seem to look and feel similar as you use them.
Hi, what do you mean by
chromium-based browsers? Thanks in advance. Judy & Libby
email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Brian Vogel
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Subject: Re: browsers
Brave is an excellent choice, and its
built in ad blocking and privacy features make it ideal for
a screen reader user.
You can do a web search on whatever browser it is you want
to download, along with the word download, and it's almost
certain to be the first result returned.
Brave, the Chrome browser, and new Chromium-based Edge are
all based on Chromium, and, thus, are very, very similar to
use. If you know one of them well, you know at least 90%,
if not more, of what you need to know to jump in to the
Waterfox is a spin-off of Firefox.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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