10-24-2016, 03:40 PM
Epic is a private browser that's fast, simple and actually works. When you're using Epic with our encrypted proxy on, your data is encrypted and hidden from the government, from your ISP, from Google, from your employer, and from hundreds of data collectors. On close of Epic, there's no easily accessible record of your browsing history left on your computer.
I finally installed the "Snowden approved" Epic Privacy Browser, and played around with it for a few days on a refurbished Win 7 laptop.
I found it easy to use/configure, and the speed was acceptable to me. As a matter of whatever, the "pace" of the search results has really grown on me.
Support privacy? Feels great. Understanding how computer privacy works? I've got a whole bunch to learn.
Diaspora and Epic worked fine together.
Wire and Epic didn't work together. I spent zero time trying to get them to work together. Not sure if they are even supposed to work together. More to learn, again.