My apps for development are: NeoVim, Docker, Source Control and Paw.
For Communication and other: Skype, Chrome, Dropbox, Banktivity, Tor, Google Earth and VLC.
In fact, I'm upset that I have more apps than I should.
That means my list becomes: Dropbox. Maybe I don't even need that! Make Dropbox like an external HardDrive or something. Some integration in macOS. And my list is 0.
The last thing I want is more cluttering. A dashboard? What the hell do you use that for? A photobooth? I'm not 15 years old.
Having lots of apps remind me of how I was 5 years ago. You just want more apps to "feel" good and productive. Sometimes it makes you feel important, busy and technical. It's all B.S. folks and it's bad for you.
But I will try again because maybe they did it.
Yep, this now works.
You're being vague here. Safari is one of the fastest browsers if not the fastest (on mac). Most popular extensions are available for Safari too, so that's never been an issue for me. Apart from the web inspector, I honestly don't feel like Safari is a bad browser at all.