Make your own OS
Firesisters, we fucking won.
>Firefox will soon get the Manifest V3 support and I've got a couple of things to say about that. First of all, Manifest V3 is not an inherently bad idea like some news outlet assumed. The spec can be improved, that's why the W3C group exists. The problem is that Google refuses to adopt the most important bits of the developers' feedback. But I am very glad to see that Mozilla on the contrary does listen to us and their version will be better in every way. One of the benefits of their way is that in Firefox, content blockers will continue to exist in their original, more "powerful" form. Does it mean that a considerable share of users will replace Chrome with FF now? I doubt it, but there's another thing: You probably know that content blockers' work by using special sets of rules that are developed by a large community of filter lists maintainers. AdGuard filters, Easylist, uBlock filters, and so on. I bet that after Manifest V3 is enforced in Chrome all these maintainers will switch to Firefox as their primary browser since now that would be the browser they can use the full power of the content blockers in. Every time a new content blocking issue (missed ad, a tracker, whatever) is reported to them, it will be fixed in Firefox first. Will it be fixed in Chrome too? Probably, yes, but not every time. Slowly, Chrome will become a second-class citizen. And when you would need to achieve the top-notch content blocking, people will recommend you to use Firefox. Back in the day when Chrome was just launched, lack of quality ad blocking was one of the things that made many people continue to use Firefox. We may very well witness the returning of that trend.