I use Chrome and think its great. Fast and uncluttered, it still manages to remember all your visited sites so that inputting just one letter sometimes is enough to bring your chosen site up. It also works really well with the google keyword tool (unsurprisingly). Fewer button presses to research the competition. Best of all, it remembers all the sites you had open in tabs when you shut the computer for the night (or crash - whichever comes first) and one button click will reopen them all.
Izzy I was thinking of Chrome. I'n trying to find a way of moving a little faster on the 'net when I'm online. My ISP is abysmal at best and will remain so for the foreseeable future. FF is great TBH - I was just wondering if another browser loaded faster, despite T-Mobile moving as fast as next ice-age
rebekah - FF with a verizon FIOS connection? I don't have a scooby re FIOS
I have tried numerous versions of IE, FF, Opera, Chrome, and K-Meleon. My favorite is Chrome, followed by Opera. The reason I never use FF now, because it is just way too clutterd, and recently kept on crashing. FF used to be the fastest, but not any more.
FF is the best browser. It have many Add-ons that very useful for my needed. I think it is also fast browser, and easy to use. I never experience a crash while use it. It also give me nice themes. Actually, I use 2 browser, FF and chrome, but I more frequent use FF than chrome.
I use Firefox and Chrome equally. Firefox won't view video (on HubPages), so I use Chrome for that. Chrome doesn't like to load photos (on HubPages) so I use Firefox for that. Others have no problems with either.
Dumped IE a few years ago.
Love them both, though Chrome is a tad faster, ad some of the Firefox add-ons slow it down a lot.
I'm using Firefox at the moment. It does OK but on some of the facebook apps the kids use it seems to freeze for a while. I've tried Chrome in the last few days and that seems faster, certainly on most of the sites I visit such as news sites. I think the answer is 'it depends', have a few browsers. I certainly have problems with some forum sites with IE with sections of the site just not appearing, firefox works for them OK. It's as much down to the skill of the web site writer. Have several browsers and if one fails, swap to the other for that site.
I have always used Internet Explorer and have just dealt with all of its little 'quirks' but I can't take it anymore! I can't even open capsules now or delete any to work on a hub. So how do I change to something...
On my computer, Internet explorer crashes with Flash installed (and have read that IE has security issues)Safari has slightly fuzzy text which is hard on the eyesFirefox aligns to the right of screen.Please advise which...