Update (): Temporal Cloud now charges for the deduplicated storage size rather than charging multiple times for duplicated chunks.
Update (): The Cliqz search engine has been discontinued and removed from the list.
Update (): The Cliqz browser has been discontinued.
Update (): Added Akamai Edge DNS to the comparison table.
Update (): You can download Grindr high-resolution photos from profiles and messages by accessing the service through the web browser on your computer. Just visit web.grindr.com.
Update (): There’s now an official version of Firefox 75 packaged with Flatpak from Mozilla. It’s published in the Flathub repository. It eliminates the performance problems mentioned in this article, and ships with an MPEG-4 decoder. The article has been updated with this version. It’s referred to as “Mozilla Flatpak” throughout the article to differentiate it from the version from Fedora.
Update (): You can use a third-party app called TimeMachineEditor to get granular control over when and how often Time Machine runs back up tasks. E.g. you can configure it to run less often than every hour or only run when you’re not actively using your Mac.
Update (): Brave still doesn’t have its own User-Agent. The User-Agent may be deprecated going forward, however. On a positive note, you can now reliably detect Brave using the following test:
Update (): FluidStack has discontinued support for Windows hosts and now focus exclusively on GPU workloads under Linux hosts. They gave no prior notice and didn’t offer payouts to providers who hadn’t met the minimum payout threshold.