What browser are you using?

What browser are you using?


  • Total voters
    83
#41
IE8 is working good for me too.
No problems to report.
 


#43
IE8 mostly, but I also have Chrome working using the

"C:\Users\mike\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe --in-process-plugins"

target line fix. Kinda kludgy, but works great once it's opened.
 


#44
you left out google chrome....
 


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#45
Firefox 3.0.5, because I it has adblock and has the easiest system to switch between the 6 spellcheck dictionaries I use. Chrome won't even install, and IE8 has, amongst other bugs expected of a beta release and the lack of addons, buggy japanese text input.

The only thing I like about IE8 that I miss in firefox is the different tabs showing up as separately on the taskbar popup.
 


nmn

New Member
#46
I used to use Privoxy/Chrome on Vista with my Laptop, or Firefox 3 with Adblock Plus on Linux with my laptop. However, in Windows 7, Internet Explorer 8 is looking nice. A few times I was mildly worried there were some privacy issues (I don't like the idea of my browser sending out my history) but it seems to be okay.

IE8 is still a mess for web compatibility, but hopefully they'll keep going with the standards compliance. At least they did something.
 


maddmaxx

Senior Member
#47
Opera. Fastest browser around especially for images. I'm not a FF fan but that being said I hear that it's better than IE. One of the features that I like about Opera is the "Paste and Go" option when pasting a URL. Gee why didn' FF think of that? And all those extensions are not really necessary. Give me speed and ease of use. I am surprised that Opera is not more widely accepted.
 


loathe

New Member
#48
Firefox ever since it came out and havent looked at another. By the sounds of it the Opera seems to be pretty fast which is what I look for in a browser
 


maddmaxx

Senior Member
#49
Hey loathe,
You Kiwis are wacky. I love you guys. I read at least one news article a day about some nutty stuff going on down under. Takes the pressure off of us Yanks. Try Opera you might like it. :)
 


loathe

New Member
#50
Hey loathe,
You Kiwis are wacky. I love you guys. I read at least one news article a day about some nutty stuff going on down under. Takes the pressure off of us Yanks. Try Opera you might like it. :)
You know it.
Kia Ora bro
 


#51
Firefox 3 for most of my surfing, IE8 is too slow to load, Chrome is pretty fast, but has its limitations.
 


#52
What browser am I using

I'm using IE8 and Firefox3 beta. IE8 isn't compatible with my banks website so I had to install Firefox.
 


Theo

New Member
#53
What exploror?

I prefer IE7 but I see W7 uses IE8.I have used alot of the different browsers and I think I prefer Maxthon the best.
 


#54
I voted Firefox 3, but it's the 64-bit iteration called Minefield. It works just fine, but it's visibly slower than the MSIE that's packaged with 64-bit Win 7.
 


#55
Firefox 3.6, IE 8 too.
I have Chrome but I'm not so happy to use it.
 


#56
FireFox absolutely..
IE is too slow i think..
 


#57
94 votes and the frontrunners are clear - fairly obvious!
 


#58
I mostly use :

1. Opera
2. Firefox
3. Chrome

I am also a frequent user of IE 8, looking forward to IE 9 final.
 


#59
Mostly, Firefox Portable 3.6.3, lately I've been using a Windows optimised version
of Firefox called "Pale Moon".

The Pale Moon Project homepage

D\L the .zip and extract it. Place the extracted folder anywhere you want and create a shortcut to the .exe.
Running this shortcut will open Pale Moon with all your Firefox extensions, plugins, bookmarks and other customizations.
 


#60
a few: firefox 3.6.3, google chrome 4.1, ie 8
 


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