I've been looking into adding another browser as a back-up. I don't really have any hands on experience with anything other than Firefox and IE, so I was looking for suggestions as to something easy to play with on Linux. I like the idea of Chromium (as opposed to Chrome) but I've read conflicting opinions to the effect that by the time one is done setting Chromium up, it's more or less the same as Chrome, and I'm not really a Google anything fan. I've never seen Opera, but may be interested, depending on if it's compatible with 16.04 and offshoots.
I should probably mention the main interest here is due to the way things seem to be headed with Firefox (privacy/security, plugin-support, etc), which I would assume would affect the derivatives as well. I've also just been lazy about having a second one for those times when the developers "improvements" make life interesting.
Thanks in advance
ETA-If this belongs in the regular "web browsing" forum, please move. I put it here because I'm looking for Linux compatible.
Edited by 66Batmobile, 21 May 2016 - 10:30 PM.