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Battle of the Browsers

Which Internet Browser Do YOU Like?  

117 members have voted

  1. 1. Which Internet Browser Do YOU Like?

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


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Only one vote for safari. That would have been my second choice

Why?!

Have you read all of the preceding posts about safari's overall suckiness? :-)

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Only one vote for safari. That would have been my second choice

Why?!

Have you read all of the preceding posts about safari's overall suckiness? :-)

That would be 19 pages to read.

Just kidding. We didn't make fun of Safari that much. :D

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Only one vote for safari. That would have been my second choice

Why?!

Have you read all of the preceding posts about safari's overall suckiness? :-)

That would be 19 pages to read.

Just kidding. We didn't make fun of Safari that much. :D

It's not that easy to make fun of a bad web browser in the same way as it is with MS Paint.

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I would only vote for it because thats what half my family use

Do half of your family use macs?

yeah but if they got pcs they would still use safari.

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I vote Firefox, I tried Safari and the bad thing about it is the scroll wheel. Whenever I scroll down a list in flash embedded on a web page, the web browser would scroll down with it.

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I vote Firefox, I tried Safari and the bad thing about it is the scroll wheel. Whenever I scroll down a list in flash embedded on a web page, the web browser would scroll down with it.

Smart move. :)

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You may want to add a few other Mozilla browsers:

Prism (0.8 ): 65/100

Songbird Alpha (0.4): 66/100

Yup. The experimental Songbird has better rendering than Firefox itself (as well has passing Acid2). Who wudda known.

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You may want to add a few other Mozilla browsers:

Prism (0.8 ): 65/100

Songbird Alpha (0.4): 66/100

Yup. The experimental Songbird has better rendering than Firefox itself. Who wudda known.

I never even knew these even existed!! :!:

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You may want to add a few other Mozilla browsers:

Prism (0.8 ): 65/100

Songbird Alpha (0.4): 66/100

Yup. The experimental Songbird has better rendering than Firefox itself. Who wudda known.

Actually, today's Minefield (Firefox Nightly) build just scored a 67, putting it exactly on par with the Opera beta, and ahead of everything else, including Songbird.

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I just downloaded Songbird. I don't know what it does, but I'm checking it out.

Edit: Oh snap! songbird can play songs saved on your computer. :o

Back on topic now. :wink:

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Songbird is awesome. It's like Safari+iTunes, but better!

BTW, just ran a test on FF3B2, and it got a 65/100. That's if I run it on default with no addons (i.e., a fresh install).

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how does this test work? (how does the page know how well it is rendered?)

It loads 1000s of tables, lots of text, a few images, and lots of format styling changes, and upon loading, the number increases (very hard to explain how it does that, but I think I know how). It's really only web developers marvel at (it's amazingly complex to write all that code, and know that it's perfect).

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No, he will be a new user only now introduced to today's standard compliant web browsers, and will vote for Internet Explorer. Deal with it.

I bet neither firefox or opera are that standards complient. They have to add new features that the W3 don't support to keep up with the competition.

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