Also, in reality, as far as I'm concerned there are only two classes of browser:
1. Chromium-based browsers. These include MS-Edge, Chrome, Brave, Vivaldi (which now has an e-mail client included in the browser in its latest release as an option), Epic, Torch, and others.
2. Non-Chromium Based Browsers. Firefox being the most obvious of the lot. And I have never used any non-Chromium browser other than Firefox for years.
Anyone comfortable with any one of the Chromium-based browsers should be able to slide, with ease, into one of the others. But I always like to have Firefox, too, in case the sticking point is something in the Chromium code base that all the browsers built upon it share.
Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043
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