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Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2015 11:17 pm
by flashpeak
Thanks for your help! We don't have a twitter account for Slimjet. We found twitter's 140 character limit is too short to post anything meaningful. We do have a facebook page for Slimjet.
beast-usa wrote:Do you guys have twitter yet?
I will help there :) https://twitter.com/beastusa

I also share your browsers on my geek site http://www.beast-usa.com - http://www.beast-usa.com/downloads/brow ... wsers.html

And here http://happyasis.com/forum/thread/2/int ... fox-opera/ (I also send this to twitter a few times per month)
One of the members told me about your browser so I have been telling as many as I can. (Newest last page) Testing the newest version right now before I upload it.
I also do remote repair on 200+ computers, manage a couple businesses computers and either 32 bit or 64 bit goes on every one of them!

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Mon Jul 13, 2015 3:20 am
by beast-usa
flashpeak wrote:Thanks for your help! We don't have a twitter account for Slimjet. We found twitter's 140 character limit is too short to post anything meaningful. We do have a facebook page for Slimjet.
beast-usa wrote:Do you guys have twitter yet?
I will help there :) https://twitter.com/beastusa

I also share your browsers on my geek site http://www.beast-usa.com - http://www.beast-usa.com/downloads/brow ... wsers.html

And here http://happyasis.com/forum/thread/2/int ... fox-opera/ (I also send this to twitter a few times per month)
One of the members told me about your browser so I have been telling as many as I can. (Newest last page) Testing the newest version right now before I upload it.
I also do remote repair on 200+ computers, manage a couple businesses computers and either 32 bit or 64 bit goes on every one of them!
Write it in a picture :) then you can pass the 140 character limit. Post links to what your browser can do :) Twitter is great way to get the word out one 400 character picture at a time. :)

I never use FaceBook I read the Eula ON PRIVACY you don't have any! Almost as bad as GOOGLE Chromes!
LOL I don't want to be sold to their advertisers, I don't want every person working there reading my PRIVATE MESSAGES.
And most of all I don't want spyware running in the background phoning home to facebooks trackers every 3 minutes! :)

Well I have been sending tweets to FileHippo's twitter about your browser. I will keep doing that!

You have a great browser THANK YOU!

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2015 6:22 pm
by sweetpeas
I'm planning to make some Linux distro with Slimjet browser how's that sounds?
Since most Linux distro start with Firefox or chromium instead of Chrome, Palemoon & Slimjet.
that's made me start to get boring that everything is Firefox.

So Slimjet will be unique along with palemoon among other Linux distro.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Wed Sep 23, 2015 7:07 pm
by danielson
Peppermint has a pretty decent way of working with Chromium.
Haven't seen a Linux distro with Slimjet as default yet, so, ya, could be interesting indeed! ;)

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2015 8:20 pm
by flashpeak
Slimjet got listed on www.filehippo.com recently. I believe our users' voice finally got heard by their editors. Thanks to anyone who had joined in the efforts to make this happen!

If our German users can keep referring Slimjet to chip.de, I hope we can get their attention in time as well. Chip.de is the single biggest IT/software site in Germany.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2015 12:53 pm
by danielson
sweetpeas wrote:I'm planning to make some Linux distro with Slimjet browser how's that sounds?
Since most Linux distro start with Firefox or chromium instead of Chrome, Palemoon & Slimjet.
that's made me start to get boring that everything is Firefox.

So Slimjet will be unique along with palemoon among other Linux distro.

Just installed it on ChaletOS 64bit and it is purrring just fine.
Adding to panel is as easy as 1,2,3 step.
Chalet uses Ubuntu software to install it then you just right-click on program icon to add it to panel.

p.s. congratulations for Slimjet posting on Filehippo! Hope German comes soon!

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2015 5:29 pm
by flashpeak
That sounds great. Slimjet currently has very little presence in the linux world.
sweetpeas wrote:I'm planning to make some Linux distro with Slimjet browser how's that sounds?
Since most Linux distro start with Firefox or chromium instead of Chrome, Palemoon & Slimjet.
that's made me start to get boring that everything is Firefox.

So Slimjet will be unique along with palemoon among other Linux distro.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:55 am
by SuperValue
I don't post in forums much but I had to for this product. Gotta say been using Slimjet for about a month and I love it. As a power user and also a web developer, this is a great, great browser. I'll recommend it whenever I get a chance! How do you guys make money off this?!

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Fri Dec 18, 2015 4:48 am
by josegimcam
Don´t know if it helps, but I´ll give the reasons why, I, a FF user, changed to slimjet.

Uses less memory than all the other major browsers.
Fast on start & use.
Facebook: one click integration, instant photo upload, on-the fly photo enhancement.
Better configuration on privacy & security. Examples on the images.
Toolbar configuration.
Integration with adblocker.

These can be used in promotion.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Wed Feb 17, 2016 5:08 am
by josegimcam
Lots of people ditching opera because of the chinese buy and waiting for vivaldi (see comments http://www.opera.com/blogs/desktop/2016 ... -computers). A campaing directed to that public showing that slimjet is a better replacement?, definitively better than the new opera. I´m not an advertisement expert but surely something could be done. Only a thought.