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Discussion in 'Technology' started by YankBastard, Sep 13, 2010.
Of course Chrome all the way!!
Well, they do have a point, IE does suck less. But given the abysmal starting point, that's not much of a surprise, is it.
But unless you're using a Windows 8 phone or tablet, I see absolutely no reason to use IE. The competition is still so much better.
BTW, on the Mac, I'm still all for Safari, on Windows, nothing beats Firefox. Although I do also see the appeal of Opera.
Still using Firefox, though at this point it's gotten more of a habit than anything else. There's a handful of extensions I am so used to using that I would struggle to adapt to any other browser, at least for constant use.
That's kind of like me, I guess. I do like how slick and small-sized Chrome is. However, Firefox just seems much more customizable with the "about:config" line. I can type in something like "bigsoccer technology" in the URL bar and it goes straight to this forum, since that's what Google has as their first result. I'm also a sucker for the traditional refresh/stop combined button as well as having the home button right beside it. Chrome's "tabs on top" thing doesn't really mesh well with me either.
Fx with Adblock Plus (sorry, Huss), VideoDownloadHelper, DownThemAll, and WOT addons.
Firefox + Ghostery, always private mode browsing
Personal use: Google Chrome with Tweetdeck, Jolicloud, and Angry Birds Chrome add-ons. Incognito mode when needed.
Software developer use: Firefox with Firebug, AdBlock Plus, VideoDownloadHelper and DownThemAll! addons. Always on Private Browsing mode.
When Internet's kinda-slow: Opera in Turbo mode
I use Google chrome and found it really faster than any other browsers.
There is also Ghostery for Opera which I use.
I use ghostery for Chrome.