• @d3Xt3rM
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    10 months ago

    Definitely try running a full Linux distro with it, it’s pretty fun and a self-rewarding task, even if you don’t end up actually doing anything with it. But you may still find it useful in some ways, for instance, you could run a full fledged desktop Firefox with support for ALL addons, use it to inspect and debug web pages etc.

    And if you feel like it you could take it a step further and install Zink and Box86 to play Windows games.

    • @[email protected]
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      10 months ago

      Just as a tip: you can run every Add-on on Firefox nightly. You can add your own add-on collection and select from that. You have to go into dev mode though. Yo do taht by tapping the Firefox logo in the about section like 5-10 times. You have to have a Firefox account though. Or you could use my fairly small add-on list:

      Username: 16700479 Name of the list: cookies