a new chromium fork and also a chrome os fork well maintained with some patches mainly ungoogled chrome os and chromium is the main offering here.
ChromiumOS fork with Thorium Browser, x264/x265 codecs, Widevine, Kernel 5.15, Linux Firmware/Modules support, Nouveau, Intel/AMD microcode, and extra packages.
ChromiumOS fork with Thorium Browser, x264/x265 codecs, Widevine, Kernel 5.15, Linux firmware/modules support, Nouveau, Intel microcode, and extra packages. - GitHub - Alex313031/ThoriumOS: Chromiu...
Chromium fork for Linux, Windows, MacOS, Android, and Raspberry Pi named after radioactive element No. 90.
GitHub - Alex313031/Thorium-Win: Chromium fork for Windows named after radioactive element No. 90; Windows builds of https://github.com/Alex313031/Thorium (for windows)
also mercury which is a firefox fork
GitHub - Alex313031/Mercury: Firefox fork with compiler optimizations and patches from Librewolf, Waterfox, and GNU IceCat.
Should this can be included in the browser recommendation.
Absolutely not. It’s a good tweaked chomium/ChromiumOS, but it isn’t more privacy-friendly than the other options we have listed there. It’s still better than just your average spying web browser, but not by a whole lot.
Mercury doesn’t even deliver on its performance claims:
Benchmarking Mercury As The "Fastest Firefox Fork" With AVX, AES, LTO + PGO - Phoronix
Thorium isn’t even up to date right now:
Mercury also changes things that it shouldn’t, like the User Agent which both breaks compatibility and introduces privacy concerns.
Librewolf and my Mull both have a far longer track record and set the bar high, yet aren’t mentioned.
So why should some random forks be mentioned?