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whatever the latest internet explorer browser is (8 i think?) what i use. it's never crashed on me. i've used firefox and noticed no difference in speed between the two. i've used safari on my mac and i hate it...
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Still using Firefox,just tried Google Chrome a minute ago,it's way to confusing.
im not entirely sure what a browser is but i have looked at some previous posts . i use internet explorer 7 , i hope this is right.
i am not good with anything more technologically advanced that a shovel
Last edited by -GAZKUL-; 03-09-2010 at 01:26 PM.
chrome. everything i've read says if you like it, stick with it, ff has a way different feel. so i'm sticking with it.
opera is ok. ie is gonna burn in hell.
anyone know anything about dragon?
Google Chrome for everything but private browsing.
I use Firefox for private browsing because I can set its network settings independent from the OS global settings.
Microsoft could be right about everything except the web standards and speed. That's an obvious outright lie.
If you think Internet Explorer 8 is fast try Chrome 4, you'll be blown away!
I use flock, its based on fire fox but its got all these neat built in stuff for facebook, myspace, stwitter, youtube, flicker and a bunch of other stuff
Flock is a browser built on Firefox that's based around social networking. I'm not sure of the specifics since I'm not into social networking.
Anyways, I use Firefox for everyday stuff, with Midori as backup. Once Opera 10.50 arrives on Linux, I'll be giving it a whirl.
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FireFox. And on occasions, Safari. I can't use Google Chrome. Apparently it works really good, it just locks up my laptop.
safari....lol i thought firefox was a weird name.
Firefox all the way, baby.
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At first I used Firefox but then I switched off to Google Chrome, I loved it. It seemed faster, and it was easier for me to deal w/ tabs. But now I find myself migrating back to Firefox, I just love the way its built.
Firefox because of the cool add-ons and new skins. Internet Explorer freezes up on me sometimes. I might try Google Chrome.
Last edited by Token Black Guy; 03-28-2010 at 01:06 PM.
Man that is whack!
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Internet Explorer for the time being. May use Firefox when I get the chance.
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I currently use Google Chrome for everything, and although it's a fast browser, half of AF is unusable in it - Chrome just doesn't seem to support the vB drop-down menus.
Opera 10.51 is set my main browser, but it isn't as fast and consumes more resources (on my not-quite-so-fast) desktop, so I switch constantly.
The older versions of Internet Explorer Failed by lagging. IE 8 isn't so bad, it's what I'm currently using.
Google Chrome currently doesn't work for me. It totally hung on windows vista.
I'm sorry (not) sorry.
I love FireFox. My favorite browser.
FireFox is open source, and recently the browser itself has been faster (tho my internet connection sucks). The fact that it's open source is what makes it awesome. It's greatly customizeable and thus can be made as secure as one can get, it can look in whatever way you wish it to, and your web activities can be much more efficient. Because of this, FireFox can become specialized. I'm totally for Mozilla Foundation's mission. I am all for keeping the internet open, decentralized, secure and personal.
Safari is alright. Not my type of design, tho (a monotonous gray look). Google Chrome looks good and has great speeds, but the lay-out (as in, where the options and bookmarks and stuff is located) is not as user-friendly as FireFox's. Same with Opera, tho Opera has really great download speeds. IE completely sucks - it's an open door for malware and malicious code.
Last edited by MrJunge; 04-07-2010 at 02:38 PM.
^^^yea i love the personalities thing.you can pick 100's of animes.
Opera 10.63 is my main browser, for several reasons:
- It is the only browser (or program otherwise) I've yet found that can save to and open MHTs on a Linux system. I don't feel like breakin' out XP just for an MHT or two, nor am I quite worried enough to resave them all to normal HTML.
- Its handling of downloads is far, far better than anything short of dedicated download managers or wget.
- It has mail and can handle torrents, besides being a damn fine browser.
- It can save well over two dozen sessions, and I make heavy use of that particular feature. With Mozilla's offerings, I've only managed to save the very last session.
In addition, though, I do have to mention Seamonkey (2.0.10), which is more or less an uglier but more powerful (in my opinion) cousin to Firefox. It adds a simple WYSIWYG HTML editor, mail and newsfeed.
I like the way it looks as opposed to Internet Explorer. I like that it spell checks stuff as you type. It is immune to certain errors that occur on my college's websites, whereas Internet Explorer is not. Sometimes if you print something off a website using Internet Explorer, the page comes out blank but it doesn't do that on Firefox.
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I will tell you 'bout the sun
You are here, no escape
From my visions of the world
You will cry all alone
But it does not mean a thing to me ..."
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