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gtjmaster
deepin^6
On2019-12-28 12:11
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本帖最后由 gtjmaster 于 2020-2-1 20:21 编辑

特殊时期,不要到处逛游了,待在家里为国家做贡献的机会难得。
送给你们一个折腾的东西:
U_O_S官方安装包!(uos-browser-stable_5.1.1001.7-1_amd64.deb
从U O S中提取的,不是上次自己做的那个。并且在deepin 15.11里没有依赖问题

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U0S泄露已经有一段时间了,华丽的UI界面、深度影音、深度音乐、深度画图也是着实令人向往。

但是,由于U0S还处于BATA阶段,Deepin v20也没有动向。加之×安装的时候,对硬盘空间的大小、分配等要求都有点苛刻。所以初步就将很多人挡在了门外。

之前听说U O S浏览器实际上是基于360安全浏览器Linux版修改的,于是便萌发了提取U OS浏览器的想法!

“U0S浏览器”本体提取自U0S BATA版,基于360安全浏览器Linux版的deb包修改。

经过笔者体验,在deepin 15.11中,U0S浏览器无论启动速度,还是打开网页的速度,都比360安全浏览器Linux版要快!

点击下载,提前在deepin 15.11中体验U0S浏览器!
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dragondeepin
deepin^3
On2019-12-28 14:32
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离真正的可用还有很远的距离!这个距离可能会很长很长。就香deepin我其实际已经听了好几年了,但是直到现在deepin才有了一点点的起色,我用deepin主要就是因为这个系统比windows美观,而且占用的资源确实比win少,而且还是免费的,但是现在免费的也有了很多限制。而且如果要作为生产力系统真的还差很多很多
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jone_jys
deepin^6
On2019-12-28 14:59
Two
可以登录360账号不咯?
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jianguo922
deepin^7
On2019-12-28 15:19
Three
谢谢分享            
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Maicss
Moderator
On2019-12-29 04:33
XFloor
这就是一个凑合版,还没认真开发呢,别太激动
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神经蛙
deepin^6
On2019-12-29 08:33
XFloor
没账号同步书签 没意思
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今风
deepin^5
On2019-12-29 10:50
XFloor
谷歌的用着挺好的,只是没有书签同步。
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wanlei897
deepin^6
On2019-12-29 11:24
XFloor
×浏览器也是360开发的,
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heham
deepin^4
On2019-12-30 00:23
XFloor
跟数字家沾边的东西我是能不用尽量不用
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yuzh496
deepin^7
On2019-12-30 01:36
XFloor
试用了,速度确实不错,不知道是不是因为刚安装的原因。
还是chrome63基础上修改的,在最新版开源的chromium基础上修改多好?加个deepin云账号就行。
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fu5128769
deepin^1
On2019-12-30 06:00
XFloor
下载了,感觉浏览器都一样
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danzeng
deepin^3
On2019-12-30 11:23
XFloor
记录一下,明天下载试试
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gtjmaster
deepin^6
On2020-01-02 12:36
XFloor
https://bbs.deepin.org/post/187477
可以登录360账号不咯?

应该不会吧,后期可能会和deepin账号互通。
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x-org_dot_cn
deepin^3
On2020-01-02 12:47
XFloor
不接地气,这三个字母竟然屏蔽了,什么系统这么高大上,竟然被当做神圣不可妄议的东西屏蔽了?
太奇葩啦,真是太奇怪啦,大家说有木有啊?!
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pgxppp
deepin^4
On2020-01-05 05:58
XFloor
UOS浏览器闪退怎么解?
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lin1974
deepin^5
On2020-01-05 06:03
XFloor
不错,不错。
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qq1742900922
deepin^0
On2020-01-05 11:01
XFloor
用什么改的无所谓 不要重复造轮子
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deepinuser17
deepin^6
On2020-01-05 18:01
XFloor
https://bbs.deepin.org/post/187477
谷歌的用着挺好的,只是没有书签同步。

谷歌的chrome基本就是一个间谍软件(spyware). 华盛顿邮报的记者写了这个调查报告。

https://www.washingtonpost.com/t ... re-its-time-switch/

  1. By
  2. Geoffrey A. Fowler
  3. Technology columnist
  4. June 21, 2019 at 5:00 a.m. PDT

  5. You open your browser to look at the Web. Do you know who is looking back at you?

  6. Over a recent week of Web surfing, I peered under the hood of Google Chrome and found it brought along a few thousand friends. Shopping, news and even × sites quietly tagged my browser to let ad and data companies ride shotgun while I clicked around the Web.

  7. This was made possible by the Web’s biggest snoop of all: Google. Seen from the inside, its Chrome browser looks a lot like surveillance software.

  8. Lately I’ve been investigating the secret life of my data, running experiments to see what technology really gets up to under the cover of privacy policies that nobody reads. It turns out, having the world’s biggest advertising company make the most popular Web browser was about as smart as letting kids run a candy shop.

  9. Help Desk: How to fight the spies in your Chrome browser

  10. It made me decide to ditch Chrome for a new version of nonprofit Mozilla’s Firefox, which has default privacy protections. Switching involved less inconvenience than you might imagine.

  11. My tests of Chrome vs. Firefox unearthed a personal data caper of absurd proportions. In a week of Web surfing on my desktop, I discovered 11,189 requests for tracker “cookies” that Chrome would have ushered right onto my computer but were automatically blocked by Firefox. These little files are the hooks that data firms, including Google itself, use to follow what websites you visit so they can build profiles of your interests, income and personality.

  12. Chrome welcomed trackers even at websites you would think would be private. I watched Aetna and the Federal Student Aid website set cookies for Facebook and Google. They surreptitiously told the data giants every time I pulled up the insurance and loan service’s log-in pages.

  13. And that’s not the half of it.

  14. Look in the upper right corner of your Chrome browser. See a picture or a name in the circle? If so, you’re logged in to the browser, and Google might be tapping into your Web activity to target ads. Don’t recall signing in? I didn’t, either. Chrome recently started doing that automatically when you use Gmail.

  15. It’s the middle of the night. Do you know who your iPhone is talking to?

  16. Chrome is even sneakier on your phone. If you use Android, Chrome sends Google your location every time you conduct a search. (If you turn off location sharing it still sends your coordinates out, just with less accuracy.)

  17. Firefox isn’t perfect — it still defaults searches to Google and permits some other tracking. But it doesn’t share browsing data with Mozilla, which isn’t in the data-collection business.

  18. At a minimum, Web snooping can be annoying. Cookies are how a pair of pants you look at in one site end up following you around in ads elsewhere. More fundamentally, your Web history — like the color of your underpants — ain’t nobody’s business but your own. Letting anyone collect that data leaves it ripe for abuse by bullies, spies and hackers.

  19. Google’s product managers told me in an interview that Chrome prioritizes privacy choices and controls, and they’re working on new ones for cookies. But they also said they have to get the right balance with a “healthy Web ecosystem” (read: ad business).

  20. Firefox’s product managers told me they don’t see privacy as an “option” relegated to controls. They’ve launched a war on surveillance, starting this month with “enhanced tracking protection” that blocks nosy cookies by default on new Firefox installations. But to succeed, first Firefox has to persuade people to care enough to overcome the inertia of switching.

  21. It’s a tale of two browsers — and the diverging interests of the companies that make them.

  22. The cookie fight

  23. A decade ago, Chrome and Firefox were taking on Microsoft’s lumbering giant Internet Explorer. The upstart Chrome solved real problems for consumers, making the Web safer and faster. Today it dominates more than half the market.

  24. Lately, however, many of us have realized that our privacy is also a major concern on the Web — and Chrome’s interests no longer always seem aligned with our own.

  25. That’s most visible in the fight over cookies. These code snippets can do helpful things, like remembering the contents of your shopping cart. But now many cookies belong to data companies, which use them to tag your browser so they can follow your path like crumbs in the proverbial forest.

  26. They’re everywhere — one study found third-party tracking cookies on 92 percent of websites. The Washington Post website has about 40 tracker cookies, average for a news site, which the company said in a statement are used to deliver better-targeted ads and track ad performance.

  27. Alexa has been eavesdropping on you this whole time

  28. You’ll also find them on sites without ads: Both Aetna and the FSA service said the cookies on their sites help measure their own external marketing campaigns.

  29. The blame for this mess belongs to the entire advertising, publishing and tech industries. But what responsibility does a browser have in protecting us from code that isn’t doing much more than spying?
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deepinzhangyu
deepin^0
On2020-01-05 18:23
XFloor
uos的东西非要拿来深度论坛来显摆,来找骂的吗
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pgxppp
deepin^4
On2020-01-06 04:47
XFloor
https://bbs.deepin.org/post/187477
uos的东西非要拿来深度论坛来显摆,来找骂的吗

听说deepin变成了UOS的一部分?
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deepin_zxr
2020-01-10 03:04
一个社区版,一个商业版,同一家公司
gtjmaster
deepin^6
On2020-01-09 06:36
XFloor
https://bbs.deepin.org/post/187477
uos的东西非要拿来深度论坛来显摆,来找骂的吗

有谁会骂?为什么要骂?触动了谁的利益了吗?
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