On Windows I used Firefox since the early beta days when it was called Firebird I think. However, on Linux Mint it seems slow. I’ve tried a bunch of browsers, but settled on Chromium as my favorite. I can watch YouTube videos all day long without a single commercial. I have a bunch of plugins installed to fill my passwords, auto refresh tabs, block ads of course, take notes, etc… It’s fast, clean, Open Source, and it just works everywhere except Netflix and MyDish. For those I use Google Chrome. They use the same online account, so anything I add to one gets added to the other and synced across my Desktop and 3 laptops. I was using Iridium, as it’s based on Chromium, uses the same synchronized plugins and favorites, and I really like the enhanced security and privacy. However, they seem very slow to update it, which could pose a serious security risk. Chromium is a little more up to date, and updates via the normal Linux update. The delay here though is Canonical. But the same could be said of Firefox, and FF is much slower than Chromium in my experience. That could be just me though. In Windows I never had a problem with FF. Firefox and Chrome seem to leapfrog one another in the browser wars for the fastest. YouTube in Google Chrome is painful. You have to watch a commercial before what you want to watch can begin, then they keep interrupting with more commercials. I’ve been spoiled with Chromium!