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Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Fri Jun 03, 2016 9:24 am
by PietRada
Don´t know also it helps, but I´ll give the reasons why, I, a many-years Srware IRON user, changed to slimjet.

Tracking Prevention options: nowhere seen before
Password Quickfill integration: perfect
Cache folder settings: decent setting
Privacy and Cleaning: fine.
Compatibability: chrome-extensions!
Gif-animation control . . .
and many other which i don't need but nice to know.

How did i find Slimjet: by change in a discussion thread on the Iron-forum; thus indeed how to promote?? At least: will donate for this fine piece of software.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 5:39 pm
by slim.moe
Just a suggestion: I think more people would use the browser if the Chrome version is updated more frequently, since that is what's required for a web browser these days.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Thu Aug 18, 2016 11:12 pm
by flashpeak
Thanks for sharing the information. I guess it is probably not a good idea to go promoting Slimjet in a competitor's forum, though.
PietRada wrote:Don´t know also it helps, but I´ll give the reasons why, I, a many-years Srware IRON user, changed to slimjet.

Tracking Prevention options: nowhere seen before
Password Quickfill integration: perfect
Cache folder settings: decent setting
Privacy and Cleaning: fine.
Compatibability: chrome-extensions!
Gif-animation control . . .
and many other which i don't need but nice to know.

How did i find Slimjet: by change in a discussion thread on the Iron-forum; thus indeed how to promote?? At least: will donate for this fine piece of software.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Sun Oct 09, 2016 5:28 am
by mikepaul
Been using SlimJet browser now for few months ,Basically half memory compared to
Firefox and Chrome ,Also just a really nice browser
with lots of customizations etc.
http://www.ghacks.net/2016/10/09/chrome ... rovements/

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Tue Nov 22, 2016 2:17 pm
by michaelbeijer
Only a small mention (by yours truly), but a mention nonetheless: http://www.proz.com/forum/translator_re ... e_etc.html (last post on first page)

Michael

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 5:27 am
by gaissbauer
I am self employed IT admin and since I tried it myself all my costumers get SlimJet preinstalled by me with the recommendation to donate for your good work. In my opinion SlimJet is the best browser that currently exists.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Sun May 28, 2017 9:45 am
by MiqW7394
Afternoon, all. Just thought I'd add my two-penn'orth here.

SlimJet is well-known on the Puppy Linux forums, and in the Puppy Linux world in general. Being as how it's far lighter on resources than Chrome/Chromium, it fits in well with Puppy's lightweight, minimalist ethos, which is that of keeping elderly hardware useful & productive.

A colleague on the Puppy Forum introduced me to it nearly 18 months ago, initially the 32-bit version. I enjoyed it so much (being a very long-term Chrome user - basically since beta in Autumn 2008), that when I started using the still fairly new 64-bit Puppies, I developed a 64-bit .pet package for Pup.....and ever since, have been updating the packages for Puppians on a regular basis. And with the recent addition of the WideVine modules (and the h.264 codec and libffmpeg - yay!) for NetFlix et al, it's now my personal 32-bit Chrome replacement, since Google dropped 32-bit Linux support early last year

I also publicise SlimJet wherever I can, and introduced the BleepingComputer Linux membership to it around a year ago. It's a brilliant browser; keep up the good work.....it's very, very much appreciated!


Mike. ;)

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 4:27 am
by ahmed111
Thanks for the information

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Thu Nov 29, 2018 6:50 am
by shellaterrace
I like Slimjet and I will try make good word of mouth about it in other forums.

Re: Help Slimjet Grow

Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 10:52 pm
by StormFiber
flashpeak wrote:
Thu Oct 02, 2014 6:15 pm
There is only a small team of developers behind of the Slimjet project. While we and many of our users believe Slimjet is a great product, the amount of attention we have been getting is very little. Unlike big companies, we have very little resource to do paid advertising for Slimjet. The team members here are experienced developers but amateur marketers. Therefore, we can use every bit of help available to spread the words around about Slimjet.

Here is a list of websites that we would like to get Slimjet listed or reviewed together with the contact information of their editors. If you can help write an email to their editors recommending Slimjet on behalf of a happy user, that would be very helpful. Different users mentioning it multiple times would be better since it increases the chance of voice getting heard.

1. Gizmo's Freeware Best Web Browser list: http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-fr ... rowser.htm
contact: http://www.techsupportalert.com/contact

2. http://www.lifehacker.com (technology blog)
contact: tips@lifehacker.com

3. Top ten internet browser view: dp for whatsapp
contact: Frank L. Parks
Requests Coordinator
Top Ten Reviews
fparks@toptenreviews.com

4. http://www.pcworld.com
Email: reviews@pcworld.com

5. http://www.chip.de (German site)
Contact: http://www.chip.de/cxo/Ihre-Meinung-ist ... 97051.html

If you know any other popular web site on which Slimjet deserves a listing, feel free to mention it.

It'll also be helpful if you can post fair reviews of Slimjet on your favorite software download site:

1. download.com listing: http://download.cnet.com/Slimjet/3000-2 ... 68577.html
2. softpedia.com: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/B ... mjet.shtml
3. majorgeeks.com: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/slimjet.html

If you have other great ideas regarding how to help Slimjet grow stronger and more popular, feel free to bring them up in this thread or email us via support @ flashpeak.com
That's strange and full of links i can't understand yet.