So I started using Firefox around version 4 and used that as my main browser with an addon to open up some pages in Internet explorer as required. This remained unchanged untill a few years ago when I removed IE completely and switched to Chrome for those "troublesome/picky" web sites.
Over the years Mozilla kept breaking, hiding, removing stuff so I got used to installing addons to add or remove functionality from FF - such as Classic Theme Restorer, Cookie manager, Downloads window, Disconnect and finally Adblock which then got removed for Ublock origin.
Fast forward to today and since Firefox version 57 half of my addons no longer work namely (Classic Theme Restorer, Cookie manager, Downloads window), and as of today there isn't a direct replacement for them.
So then I discovered Waterfox, which is essentially Firefox 56 code with the latest'ish security updates. I have considered switching to chrome but the lack of similar addons to above and the ease of getting to some options (hidden other otherwise) compared to FF has prevented that move.
Edited by Bikerdude, 09 September 2018 - 03:23 AM.