What is the best browser to use while using HubPages?
Do you use Firefox, Chrome, Safari or any other browser? Which browser do you think is the best while interacting on HubPages and why?
I use Chrome version 13.0.782.112 for Windows and it is awesome.
I use firefox. the other slows my computer down and I think its because my computer is old?? I have no idea, I am not a computer geek. haha...
I use Firefox and I think it is great and yet I also like Chrome , they just seem more "user friendly" than Explorer.
I've also had better luck with Firefox than anything else. Right now, I have Internet Explorer, only because it's the default browser on my new laptop. My other one was old and crashed. I might change to Firefox, though.
I use Internet Explorer ... an older version ... and it seems to work fine, although it is slow.
go with Firefox or Opera, chrome is a keylogger that sends EVERYTHING you type back to Google.
Stay away from chrome.
I use Firefox It has been working well for me. A lot better than IE.
I'm not certain about the absolute best one, but I'm sure nothing can be *worse* than Internet Explorer 7. There are several Hubpages features that don't even work at all in IE7, including the ability to close your own questions. However, I use IE7 anyway because it is the default browser on this computer. Also, I kinda feel that it's Hubpages responsibility to make sure their code works across different platforms, not my responsibility to switch.
I think Google Chrome is on of the best browser whlie browsing HubPages, it's very cool browser I like to browse pages with Chrome.
Hi J.S....to my limited experience, in general, in tech-like matters...Chrome seems to screw me over the least...and I appreciate that.
I use Safari most of the time, and it seems to work pretty well. If I am at work, I use Firefox.
I've been using Chrome since it came out - switched over from Firefox - and it's been working like a charm. One of the things I like the most about it is the minimal interface so you have more screen available than the toolbar in Firefox. However, I have found a few problems with accessing some of the features in the profile area through Chrome such as changing advertising options when you're asked for your passwords.
I use chrome it's doing better for me than firefox or e.p. but I do have all three,since I got a new computer.
I'm an enthusiastic subscriber to the "any damn browser" standard for web design. In other words, all web browsers are subject to universal standards for web design and programming, and all web sites should also adhere to those standards, so that anyone can use any web browser to view and interact with any web site. It's not such a tall order as you may imagine. Does that always happen? No. The only obstacle is politics in the web browser marketplace.
That being said, choose whichever browser has the features you enjoy the most.
I believe Chrome. Firefox seems to be having trouble lately, Every time i go and write on a hub and then save it just hangs and i lost the words that i write.
I m a mac user. I m a great fan of Opera. It gives me good performance and never crashes.
I use Google Chrome, it is the best browser to use Hubpages.
Chrome. No problems with hubpages, or with anything else on the web, really.
when it comes to the best browser, i so much prefer firefox while using hubpages and never disappointed ever since.
by Sophie 9 years ago
Which browser do you use the most and/or which is your favourite?I have 3 different browsers installed on my computer (Firefox, Internet explorer and Chrome) and I use all 3, but my favourite which is I use the most is Mozilla Firefox.What about you?
by Susan Zutautas 9 years ago
Just curious what browser do you use?I have been using Internet Explorer and just recently have had problems with it. I did a virus scan, a spyware scan, and nothing seemed to work. I could only use IE in add ons disabled mode. At sometime I had downloaded google chrome. Tried it today and it...
by askpowers 11 years ago
I have used all of these and found firefox good, but not as chrome, IE is losing its position. One problem I faced with chrome is, it crashes after sometime...Which one is best ?
by FaithDream 6 years ago
Is Google Chrome, or Firefox, better than Internet Explorer?I'm wondering if I'm going to run into problems with these. Has anyone compared these search engines? Which is the best one to use with Windows 7 ?
by MSantana 10 years ago
Does anyone has this problem? I try to post two articles and in both cases google chrome will kill hubpages. I needed to try more than 10 times just to get it to post a photograph from my computer. I am wondering if anyone knows why this happens with hubpages.
by atulhost 10 years ago
Hi Please state your most favorite browser and explain briefly why it is better than others?I still prefer Mozilla Firefox due to wide availability of useful add-ons and high security.
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