> Comment #18839
Duly noted --until that last paragraph. Out of respect for OP, let's try to stick to the
is a great option but, for many people, it's an, "advanced" option or too slow (in its current state--mainly because not everyone sets up their computer to be a relay *cough *cough). Personally, I think if we were in a position to develop a browser, it would be a welcome product for a lot of people. Sticking to the same DDG principles--less clutter, more privacy--and integrated with instant answers, !bang tags, etc---it would make an awesome browser : ) Not everyone would adopt it but many might find that it's a good choice for them.
Here's a list of privacy-focused browsers. Some may have limited functionality or be a subscription service but it's the best list I could pull together:
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