This #NewYearsResolution should be about increasing your privacy online! Here are some recommendations to quickly increase your privacy and leave Google: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/how-to-leave-google-gmail/ 😀🥳
@Tutanota Password Manager - Firefox Lockwise
Web Search - DuckDuckGo
Laptop / Desktop OS - Linux or *BSD
Phone OS - /e/ or LineageOS
Physical Activity - OpenTracks
Public Transit - Transportr
GPS Navigation - Magic Earth
@black_sun any other operating system should be considered insecure. Good projects, but bad security.
@black_sun I chose the distros I did because I consider them far more secure as opposed to most other distros. It’s also why I put OpenBSD first.
@will88 It's quite good, worth giving it a try (I've switched from Sygic). I hope the searching will improve, otherwise it's fine with me.
@coolboymew +1 Even behind the scenes, things didn't look good with the Mozilla team last year. Who knows what direction they're heading in now.
Also, is the Android version of Waterfox gone? With Firefox mobile's redesign, it seems like every mobile browser kinda sucks now, not that the scene ever looked particularly amazing to start with.
Email - Tutanota
Chat - (in limbo; no one I know uses encryption for anything...)
Office - Open Office
Browser - Firefox (currently seeking options since Mozilla is extremely shady)
Password Manager - both Bitwarden and Keepass.
It is arguable to say that in my circles I'm more or less seen as the "paranoid" one.
Email - Moving to Tutanota
Chat - Moving to signal
Office - Transitioning away from MS office
Browser - Primary: firefox secondary: Brave
Password Manager - Bitwarden
Search - Google :(, DDG, startpage
Platform - moving towards self hosting everything and doing everything from a browser
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