Firefox. Been using it for a long time and like it.
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First off, that image was taken after visiting MMO-Champion in Chrome (which is why the site rather than a Google search result is listed first).
The address bar drop down menu is more polished in Firefox: more readable font color/size, more apparent text highlighting, better background object highlighting (not shown for Firefox), more address bar search results (6 on screen, 6 scrollable). Chrome address bar is full of Google search results rather than relevant history, paying homage to its Google roots.
Chrome is a vehicle for Google revenue streams where as Firefox is developed solely as a browser.
Last edited by yurano; 2013-09-08 at 06:17 AM.
Mozilla Waterfox mainly..... no idea why. Makes many tab browsing feel more responsive... the browser using 1.5gb ram and all.
Chrome only for Battlelog.. (requireing 32 bit)
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Use both, Firefox as a main and Chrome as my work hub
Prefer Firefox greatly for general browsing, and it works better as a program than Chrome imo
Use Chrome for Gmail/Gdoc/Work YouTube/Gcalender, basically so I can log into two google accounts as the 'main' (certain systems don't work correctly with the switch user stuff)
Biggest problem I have with Firefox, is that Facebook chat (the IM side bar part) causes it to snarl up after a few hours, but thats a problem with FB's awful coding rather than the browser, and its just less of a problem in Chrome because it just crashes the tab and lets that restart rather than the whole browser
I use IE10 because
It's just as fast as the other browsers
It's more secure than any other browsers(Look it up)
It's included in Windows so you don't need to install anything else
I don't like to use a browser made by an advertising company
chrome ... when i switched to chrome IE was really slow and firefox was just the browser EVERYONE used ... i wanted to try something different.
now i'm using chrome and i love it, dunno why ... the layout is nice, it is fast and everything works perfect.
My signature was too big, so now I use this one.
chrome, because i chat on facebook and i hate runing out of ram when doing so.
Microsoft (IE) has no advertising?
It's installing during OS installation so it's probably as much installation time as installing Chrome, FF etc.
Compared to Chrome I'm missing profiles, synchronization, "paste and go", more options for apps/customization. They did make AddBlock compatible with IE so I guess that's a start . I don't really feel less or more secure than most other browser.
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Rockmelt, until they bloody stopped allowing it to work. Loved the side chat bar and how quick it was.
Now Im on Chrome and it feels clunky as buggery and has stuffed up more in the last month than Rockmelt ever did.
firefox, it would be chrome except chrome doesn't have the option to have a file,edit menu at the top. >.<
Firefox just for the addons, nothing else keeps me using it. I'd switch to chrome if i had all my addons, or most of them.
Chrome and IE 10. I use IE 10 only if for some reason Chrome doesn't wanna load a website or I need to have 10+ tabs opened at the same time, which Chrome sucks at (so does Firefox).
i need ie to use my token for company banking
Firefox for most stuff simply because of add-on support, Chrome for the rest.