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Battle of the Browsers

Which Internet Browser Do YOU Like?  

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  1. 1. Which Internet Browser Do YOU Like?

    • Firefox
      76
    • Internet Explorer
      31
    • Safari
      3
    • Opera
      11


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Which internet browser are you using? (and satisfied with at the same time)

I'm using FireFox. :wink:

*Only popular browsers are listed*

Tell me anymore browsers you can think of. :wink:

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It's a toss-up between Opera and Firefox.

Firefox has the spellcheck thing which is pretty handy. But Opera has Speed Dial and that neat Ctrl+Enter login option. ...

I am torn. T-T

Never used Safari. IE is good, but FF and O just load so much faster to me.

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But Opera has Speed Dial and that neat Ctrl+Enter login option. ...

Never used Safari. IE is good, but FF and O just load so much faster to me.

There is a Speed Dial extension for Firefox.

You get Opera from http://opera.com (funny that).

Personally I use Firefox for my main browsing but as I'm a web developer I also have IE6, IE7, Opera and Safari 3 (beta) on my laptop.

Firefox 3 is in beta and apparently is a lot faster.

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Firefox beats all others, no debate.

If, by some odd reason, there's a feature that FF doesn't have and the others do, it can be solved with an extension, plugin, or theme. For example, Opera has Speed Dial. There's an extension for Firefox that does the exact same thing (and has the same name). Opera looks a certain way, Firefox has a theme for that. IE has some form of security, Firefox is safer, and you can get AdBlock plus, which removes any and all adds.

EDIT:

IE has always been troublesome to me. When I keep it open for a few horus, it just slows down and freezes for minutes at a time. On my Mac, Safari was a great browser, but wasn't very expandable. I then discovered Firefox, and modified it to another world.

BTW, you can make FF look like IE6, IE7, Safari, Opera, Microsoft Office, and just about anything else.

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I've grown used to FF, recently.

My only complaint (which is my problem) is that my mouse's scroll wheel doesn't work with it. I can't figure out why.

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I've grown used to FF, recently.

My only complaint (which is my problem) is that my mouse's scroll wheel doesn't work with it. I can't figure out why.

my mouse scroll wheel works with ff

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Hehe, I downloaded FF3B1 yesterday. At first, none of the plugins, extensions, or themes were working on it, but now they're all up and running after a restart. There aren't any revolutionary changes, but there are a ton of fixes and new [minor] features, like a plugins tab in the addons window, a resizer for resizing buttons in the menus/bars, and a modified bookmarks system.

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Firefox is everything you ever wished IE was. Times ten. It's much better, it's free, it's faster, it's safer, and it's extensible. Firefox + AdBlockPlus + Web Developer Toolbar makes my life about 3.65 Billion times better.

Powerslave - I'd recommend using Firefox, and never going back. :-)

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