ahh its good to have so many browsers to choose from
all the replies like "but what about [obscure browser]" are missing the point -- these are the most popular browsers in the world. the top eight browsers are all based on three browsers.
you can also be pedantic and say that chrome is also safari, because it was forked from webkit five years ago. you can trace webkit back to KHTML, too, and you can also trace firefox back to netscape, but those distinctions aren't useful for this image. there's a massive difference between chromium and safari.
@buffaloser *lying bloodied on the floor, several limbs broken, breathing shakily* p-please... leave linux alone...
@buffaloser no... m-my Linux Idols... stallman (male)... torvalds (male)... raymond (male)... how could they betray me
replace all the "chrome" and "safari" with Konqueror and all the "firefox" with Netscape
@lynnesbian If you wanted to get really technical to add more, you could rewrite that as Safari (WebKit); Midori (WebKit).
@lynnesbian ehhhhh to be fair Tor is all about being "Firefox with Tor" so, it's not pretending to be a different browser like the rest of them.
@lynnesbian *voice of someone with a huge brain, that has sprouted homunculi that are playing chess against itself*: W3M
@lynnesbian Payback for everyone dismissing Konqueror back in the day. From hell's heart KHTML stabs at thee!
tbf my lynx mention was a shitpost, and for the sake of my sanity I'm trying to be ignorant of the fact that we're pretty much running headfirst into a Google monopoly of the internet and there's very little I can do about it beyond supporting either Mozilla (which is certainly better in terms of power, but isn't exactly tiny) or freaking Apple.
@lynnesbian the real question will probably be: How long will it take for Google to ask Mozilla Foundation to do the same (or withdraw their generous funding)?
@lynnesbian Firefox is better than chrome in most ways, i don't know why people keep submitting themselves to chrome.
@lynnesbian what I don't understand is how Edge aims to differentiate itself from other browsers whilst embracing Chromium. Are MS still hoping people are too lazy to switch from the default OS browser, or will it offer something people actually want?
@firstname.lastname@example.org's anti-chud pro-skub instance for funtimes