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Post Reply Whats the best browser to Crunchyroll?
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Posted 6/5/13
Firefox is my personal favorite. Mainly because the search bar is highly configurable and easily accessible via keyboard command. The only problem is that it can become a real processor hog.

Chrome is a good lightweight browser (loads and works fast), but the search bar is pretty clunky. You can configure it to approximate Firefox's search bar, but IIRC, you have to remember keywords to activate the search engine you want to use, which is lame.

Internet Explorer approximates Firefox's functionality fairly well, and isn't as much of a resource hog. I've never liked it, though, because I find the interface clunky and inelegant.

I've always used Firefox for watching Crunchyroll videos, and it works just fine. I imagine videos might run smoother on Chrome and IE if you have an older processor though, but I'm not sure.
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Posted 6/5/13
Chrome plus adblock works perfectly fine for me.
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Posted 6/22/13
Google Chrome
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Posted 6/22/13
For some reason Chrome has stopped working well for me recently. There was the problem where things like the green-light online indicator would appear as various sizes of broken .jpg's. That's fixed now, but now whenever I go fullscreen it's like the resolution doesn't properly upscale and smooth out, so now all the smooth hard-outlines are all jagged. It's really a shame.

Anyway, I use Chrome for everything and Firefox for Crunchyroll.
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Chrome gets my vote. Fast, intuitive, stable, and streamlined. Chrome also gives you a lot of space to view stuff in. Firefox is also good.
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