@jimunderscorep said in Linux 32 bit developed?:
If you want a chromium-based browser to test your pages, why not use plain chromium? Almost all distros build it for 32bit and have it in their repos.
@pindos said in Linux 32 bit developed?:
As for Vivaldi it is very slow on my Asus EeePC. Better to use Chromium. It has 32bit version.
I already tested Chrome and it is was more huge than Opera, that’s why I used Opera. But if Vivaldi is not a good option (I quickly tested it and not really liked it, too much gadgets I don’t need), I will go for Chromium, although I’m not fan of its paranoid political orientation, however neither that of Opera since it became adblock and anti‑payment propagandist, anyway.
I wish we could have applications designed for users, not designed to drag people with political delirium. But since the typical web user is not willing to pay a single cent for anything immaterial, I’m afraid that’s just dreaming …
Firefox is neither a good option for the same reasons (political delirium) and it really quickly consume a lot of memory
There is not good alternative (anyway, Opera was perfect only at its early age)