13 thoughts on “DuckDuckGo has announced that they are making a desktop browser!”

  1. Since the only browser engines currently active are WebKit (Apple), Blink (Google), and Gecko/Goanna (Mozilla), I for one am hopeful that they will depart from all of these, and develop something completely different. That would be a game changer; otherwise, it will probably end up like so many others have!

    Sources: [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison\_of\_browser\_engines](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_browser_engines)

    [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History\_of\_the\_web\_browser](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_web_browser)

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  2. Kinda bums me out when a company that does one thing right starts to diversify and change their focus. They end up just like all the other tech companies.

    How many “privacy browsers” do we already have, and how good are they? Too many, and lousy.

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  3. Well in my eyes I see this as absolutely unnecessary. They should put it as top priority to bloody he’ll fix their search results and make it as good or better than Google. It’s a tough task, but it needs to be done by someone.
    To me this just seems to be a way to increase their market diversity.

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