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  1. #1
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    What Browser do you like best?

    I just tried Chrome...things just pop!

    I thought Firefox was fast
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    i <3 Firefox

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    Firefox without much plugins

    I've been using FireFox since 1.0 days, and I still use the latest 3.6 with adblock and flashblock. Never looked back. Though chrome seems to be the talk of the town everywhere, I'm still not a convert
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    Smile

    Firefox of course. I love all the cool free addons it has.

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    For desktop, I bounce back and forth between FF and Chrome. Overall, I use Chrome for speed, Firefox for functionality. Both are good browsers. Though I admit, that Google's development direction lately has puzzled me. Why it took until version three to integrate bookmarks was beyond me, and even then, it's still a horrible implementation of it. (By my standards, anyway.)

    Now if mobile is your thing, I'd go Opera. Auto-magic bookmark sync between desktop and phone, the caching mechanism is pretty sweet, and the experience is good, even on low end phones.
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  6. #6
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    Google Chrome all the way - with only one extension on (AdBlocker)

    I've found Firefox too laggy and as for Internet Explorer, well I think the words I'd use for that would get me banned from here.

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    I like Opera..

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    i like Internet Explorer the best
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    I'm completely ambivalent about the browser itself. I lean heavily on Firefox for the development tools (I'm looking at you Web Developer Toolbar, Firebug and IETab).

    That said, I wouldn't hesitate to switch browsers for a second if more useful tools were developed for other platforms.
    oh yeah... documentation... I have heard of that.

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    I've enjoyed Firefox, but my brother is swearing by chrome. I'll probably make the switch at home, but work is a little bit prohibitive when it comes to new technologies.
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    I like Google chrome, i find it very efficient for my work needs

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    I use and love Chrome.
    I came from FF with cool add ons..
    And now that I'm on Chrome, I wouldn't even think of going back to FF.
    Chrome has just as many amazing add ons, and it's extremely light and fast.

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    Chrome FTW. It has the smallest footprint and is by far the fastest browser on the market at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gvee View Post
    Chrome FTW.
    you don't care that google tracks all the web pages you visit?
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    The optional ones? Absolutely not.

    The single remaining non-optional usage tracking mechanism (which you can read about here) - not really
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