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Posted 9/27/11 , edited 10/6/11
???
btw, this is NOT a copy, cause i searched it up, and the only one i found was bias and only had mozilla firefoxes.
I use Google Chrome
My opinions on each one:
IE- too... well old school... doesn't have enough safety, really slow (i compared it to chrome using the SAME wireless network) and the current looks look like they copy google...
GC- (being bias and all) BEST WEB BROWSER EVA!!!
MF- never used it... and don't plan on doing so because I'm too used to using Chrome on my computer
Safari- too plain, but still pretty good.
Opera- (okay after using it, I think I can give a proper review) So overall, opera is a pretty good web browser but I randomly deletes my tabs that I wanted to stay and doesn't have auto-correct... so it'll be like 2nd best out of the ones I've used.
Posted 9/27/11
Bing. I like reading the pages and scrolling up the boxes, very informative.
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Posted 9/27/11
i use google chrome
Posted 9/28/11
Needs Opera. I use it and Firefox.

Internet Explorer is pretty darn junky...Chrome is too shiny for my tastes, and never used Safari.

I really do like Firefox though...But...All in all, I must say...Lolifox takes the cake for me

Best web browser ever!
Posted 9/28/11
I used all those before; and I say Google Chrome is the best

" Internet Explorer: 0 votes
Apple Safari: 0 votes "

That is sad.
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Posted 9/28/11
Haven't used google chrome. I do use Internet explorer.
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25 / M / The World God Onl...
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Posted 9/28/11
Google Chrome, used to use internet explorer but it loads slow while chrome goes twice the speed same with firefox and safari
Posted 9/28/11
Once Google Chrome supports the google toolbar, I'll switch over. Components from the google toolbar are built into the browser (which it a good start), but they don't work half the time. I tried changing the settings on my browser and I still couldn't get them to work.

Until those little kinks are fixed, I'll be sticking with Firefox.
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Posted 9/28/11
Mozilla Firefox
Posted 9/28/11
I use Mozilla Firefox. It's faster and doesn't crash like Internet Explorer.
I tried Chrome, but didn't really care for it.
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Posted 9/29/11
I usually don't have problems with Safari.
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Posted 9/29/11
Ohhh yes and, what the heck is Opera?
I've never heard of it before...
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Posted 9/29/11
I use Google Chrome. To me it's simply the best browser. It's lite, fast and syncs nicely with my android phone, calendar and profile.
IE is slow, laggy and freezes all the time.
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Posted 9/30/11
I'm amongst the few that doesn't like Chrome for some strange reason. I actually prefer Internet Explorer (on Windows) or Safari (on Mac). The new IE design and capabilities are really useful and cool. I also have a MobileMe account, so it keeps all my favorites in IE and Safari organized - it doesn't support other browsers.
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Posted 9/30/11 , edited 9/30/11
Stating that Google Chrome is the best while not even knowing the browser, Opera, seems very biased to me.

Opera - this is namely used for mobile phones
Chrome - I have this, but I don't think it is THE BEST
Firefox - The one I use mostly. Why? A lot of add-ons, customizable, I'm able to see the menu bar and be able to change many of my settings and configurations easily. I've used Chrome before - and if anyone else has and also uses Firefox, you guys should agree with me here about how Chrome's Settings are really really simplified.
Internet Explorer - I never use it because it's bad security-wise, and plus it isn't customizable to an extent.
Safari - I've used it before on my school computers (which were unfortunately Macs) and it's just like Chrome in a way - simple, TOO simple. Now, that was a few years ago, so I can't really judge now considering that I haven't used Safari since I was at my old school which had those crappy Macs.
OTHERS - I know some browsers that individuals programmed! Although they were really newbish (obviously), they were still usable. I even downloaded a kirby web browser, and it was the cutest thing ever

Speed Issue: Ok, Chrome (for me) starts faster at launch (it was barely even noticeable, but to be fair, it was just a few milliseconds faster). Launch isn't significant though, considering I'm using a browser TO BROWSE for HOURS at a time, and plus the differences between Firefox's time to launch + Chrome's are negligible. In addition, while they were both loading ridiculously long-to-load pages and some easy pages, they both took practically the same amount of time.

The thing is, the only things really affecting your speed are: your computer, and your ISP.
If your ISP sucks and you use dialup , then you're obviously not going to load pages fast (REGARDLESS of what browser you have!) The same will happen if your computer sucks.

tl;dr - Firefox is the best. However, if you're going to complain about slow loading pages, it's either your computer or your ISP. Don't blame it on the web browser.
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