Mozilla Firefox Alternatives for BSD

    There are many alternatives to Mozilla Firefox for BSD if you are looking for a replacement. The best BSD alternative is Opera, which is free. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 100 alternatives to Mozilla Firefox and ten of them are available for BSD so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting BSD alternatives to Mozilla Firefox are Chromium (Free, Open Source), SeaMonkey (Free, Open Source), Otter Browser (Free, Open Source) and GNOME Web (Free, Open Source).

    The list of alternatives was last updated Jun 6, 2021

    Platforms

    × Clear
    • Windows
    • Mac
    • Android
    • Linux
    • Android Tablet
    • iPhone
    • iPad
    • BSD
    • PortableApps.com
    • Kindle Fire
    • Windows Phone
    • Xfce
    • AmigaOS
    • Chrome OS
    • Haiku
    • KDE
    • Google Chrome
    • Arch Linux
    • Windows S
    • Blackberry

    Features

    • Tabbed browsing
    • Built-in Ad-blocker
    • Web Browsers Based on Chromium
    • Lightweight
    • Privacy focused
    • Extensible by Plugins/Extensions
    • Block ads
    • Portable
    • Web Browsers Based on Firefox
    • Built-in Download Manager
    • Customizable
    • Night mode/Dark Theme
    • Privacy protection
    • Built-in RSS reader
    • Mouse gestures
    • Based on Webkit engine
    • Cloud sync
    • Block trackers
    • Multiple languages
    • Security focused

    License

    • Free
    • Open Source
    • Paid
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    • Opera is an innovative browser that focus on implementing new technologies without dropping simplicity and ease of use, speed and security; supporting and contributing to open web... View 202 alternatives to Opera
      Some users think Opera is a great alternative to Mozilla Firefox, some don't.
      • FreeProprietary
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • Windows Mobile
      • Android
      • Symbian S60
      • Blackberry
      • Android Tablet
      • BSD
      • PortableApps.com
      • Kindle Fire
      • ReactOS
      Opera vs Mozilla Firefox
      pros, cons and recent comments
      Speed and low power usage
      Top positive comment  over 3 years ago

      0
      Innovative features, good extension support, stable
      Top positive comment  about 4 years ago

      -8
      Firefox is focused on privacy and it is open-source. Opera is closed-source and it is owned by a chinese company.. Not so private...
      Top negative comment  almost 2 years ago

      55
      MD98SY The snappiest browser I've ever used. Amazing load and boot times compared to Firefox. it is also faster than Chrome and Vivaldi. I tried almost all the alternatives on this page. and Opera was the fastest.
      Positive comment over 3 years ago

      -14
      SecurityChecker Opera has so many new features in the new update 42 comes with the new sidebar,new animations and more features and it has a very nice design
      Positive comment about 4 years ago

      -9
    • Chromium is the open-source browser project from which Google Chrome takes its source. View 161 alternatives to Chromium
      Almost everyone thinks Chromium is a great alternative to Mozilla Firefox.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • BSD
      • PC-BSD
      • Xfce
      • Blink Rendering Engine
      Chromium vs Mozilla Firefox
      pros, cons and recent comments
      JohnFastman Chromium is the core of the Chrome browser. It functions well enough as a browser but lacks some of Chrome's features (e.g. built in language translator). Even though Chromium is open source, it still "phones home" to Google, which has privacy implications. There are more private Chromium-based browsers, such as Brave and Iridium.
      Top positive comment  over 4 years ago

      25
      SiliconeValley Chromium is most likely the heart of Google Chrome, Opera and some browsers without fancy features.
      Top positive comment  almost 5 years ago

      4
      Chromium doesn't have DRM features and some codecs implemented like Google Chrome, it's open-source but all your data goes to Google when you use Chrome Store to download apps since there is no Chromium store. Also, this browser is hard to install on Windows, you have to compile or download versions that are created by the users daily, so it means you do not have a proper installer like on Linux/BSD.
      Top negative comment  about 2 years ago

      16
      Different from Firefox, it doesn't autoupdate on Windows. You need to basically download a new browser per wiki and install... On Linux, it's more easy to manage updates depending on the distros, on Arch Linux/Debian it's so easy, but hard on Ubuntu/Mint.
      Negative comment 11 months ago

      4
      By default, it doesn't support DRM because the missing Widevine plugin/codec
      Negative comment 12 months ago

      1
      Full Webbrowser, Source of Chrome, has html5 / css3 / js / addons / bookmarks / sync, etc. So, why not? It seems there was a Troll on this page...
      Positive comment almost 5 years ago

      0
      jacksarrocco Chromium is not a ready-for-the-consumer software. It is a open source project that needs to be implemented to make it work.
      Negative comment almost 5 years ago

      -78


    • Web-browser, advanced e-mail, newsgroup and feed client, IRC chat, and HTML editing in one application. Itis built on the open source Mozilla Gecko engine, the same code which underlies Thunderbird and is the base for the Firefox browser. View 170 alternatives to SeaMonkey
      Most users think SeaMonkey is a great alternative to Mozilla Firefox.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • BSD
      • PortableApps.com
      SeaMonkey vs Mozilla Firefox
      pros, cons and recent comments
      It's the Father of Firefox and has an EXCELLENT team to keep it up to date and with current Firefox code. I just love this browser. ;)
      Top positive comment  over 2 years ago

      4
      Less resource-intensive than Firefox. Generally fast and stable.
      Top positive comment  about 4 years ago

      3
      I likee SeaMonkey because is lightweight, have add-on support, support old versions of Windows, and as a old-school design that combines with the system i use. Perfect alternative, i recommend giving a try!
      Positive comment 15 days ago

      0
      kompowiec2 Lighweight and is without soros Support.
      Positive comment almost 4 years ago

      -3
      mzs_47 Lighter on resources, had UI we were used to in old Firefox(version 3.x), some features like webRTC might be missing.
      Positive comment over 5 years ago

      2
      Within Linux works much more fast and compatible with Firefox extensions
      Positive comment almost 6 years ago

      2
    • Web browser controlled by the user, not vice-versa. View 112 alternatives to Otter Browser
      Most users think Otter Browser is a great alternative to Mozilla Firefox.
    • GNOME Web is the web browser for the GNOME desktop, based on the popular WebKit engine. View 158 alternatives to GNOME Web
      Most users think GNOME Web is a great alternative to Mozilla Firefox.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      • BSD
      • Linux Mobile
      GNOME Web vs Mozilla Firefox
      pros, cons and recent comments
      No available to be used on Windows. JFYI: GNOME Web is often referred to by its code name, Epiphany.
      Negative comment 9 months ago

      2
      It is fast, easy on ram, and free (as in freedom) software.
      Positive comment almost 4 years ago

      2


    • Konqueror is an Open Source web browser powered by the KHTML rendering engine (and optionally Webkit) which means it supports the latest web standards such as HTML5, Javascript... View 155 alternatives to Konqueror
      Most users think Konqueror is a great alternative to Mozilla Firefox.

      Discontinued

      The project seems to be no longer developed. In August 2017 the ex-maintainer of Konqueror, David Faure, proposed to integrate QupZilla, now Falkon , into KDE in order to replace the aging Konqueror.

      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • BSD
      • KDE
    • NetSurf is a free, open source web browser. It is written in C and released under the GNU Public Licence version 2. NetSurf has its own layout and rendering engine entirely written from scratch. It is small and capable. View 118 alternatives to NetSurf
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • BSD
      • Haiku
      • AmigaOS
      • Xfce
    • "If you're worried about Pale Moon's issues, know that one of our community chatroom members is developing a fork called Web Browser that is focused on stability... View 20 alternatives to Web Browser
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      • BSD
    • Dooble is a new Open Source Web browser that focuses on compactness, security, and stability. Dooble is the only Web browser that encodes a user's browsing information. View 131 alternatives to Dooble Web Browser
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • BSD
    • Graphical small-internet client for Windows, Linux, MacOS X and BSDs. Supports gemini, http, https, gopher, finger. View 204 alternatives to Kristall
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      • BSD
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