Been looking or a replacement since the design change (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2014-07-09 20:30 (#2DF) Ever since the update which added the menu button at the right, I've been meaning to make the switch to another browser. The seamonkey project looked interesting, but they're integrating browsing with email, and I'd rather keep things seperate. Anyone had luck finding a good replacement? I only care about speed, compatibility with web standards and ad-blocking. And an interface that doesn't suck, I guess, but that's pretty much the easiest thing to get right. Re: Been looking or a replacement since the design change (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on 2014-07-09 21:35 (#2DH) As a long time Opera user, I've been looking for something to use when 12.x becomes too unstable. I've really been disappointed by everything, and I've tried a few of them (from memory:New Opera, Firefox, Chromium, Maxthon, Midori, Otter).I was happiest with Chromium. I've only found one or two pages that it didn't work with. Every ad blocker or privacy extension can be had by using the Chrome version. Flash doesn't work out of the box, but I haven't even tried to get it working. That's no great loss to me.