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I use IE when I need to ensure compatability on certain sites. Firefox for general browsing. Chrome for googling things because it seems to be the fastest (but I despise it's favorites/bookmarking).

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Uh Firefox. It is beautiful! I give it my un-dying love. lol. Oh also it's a lot better on a Mac in my opinion!

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All of them... I'm a web developer... When I'm just browsing, I just use whatever browser is already open, otherwise, I tend toward IE9 or chrome, just because I like the HTML5 stuff... it's new and shiny.

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i like to use Googogle chrome ...its really fast and light weight...

GooGogle? never heard of that one... lol. I wanna try out the Chrome OS, but don't have the time or energy to get a hold of it.

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I usually use Chrome but I am playing a game where I kinda ehhh... have several accounts and firefox has a really cool feature to make profiles and I can play from different accounts at the same time. So I sometimes use firefox but mostly Chrome

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IE8 all the way. I've tinkered with google chrome and ff, don't really care for either.

I just.. lost all respect for you. :sad:

IE? Really? It's a security nightmare, proprietary and slow. Why on Earth would you prefer it? :)

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I use firefox. I tried swapping to Chrome, but when I found that, in addition to not having an ftp addon, it had issues with PhpMyAdmin as well, plus various other little problems, I soon went back to the fox. The latest version seems to have speeded up a bit, which is welcome, as it had been getting pretty sluggish.

I can't use IE (and wouldn't if I could), because I decided to give up viruses and swap to Linux several years ago. It's faster, has more capability and it's free.

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Both google chrome and firefox are good....IE is lame.

I usually use firefox for daliy browsing and google chrome for html5 games.
But since google chrome creates a seperate process for every tab, sometimes the tabs take a long time to load.

Firefox also has a flaw - it's memory leaks....it sometimes uses up to nearly 250 Megs of RAM on my PC!:D

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hmm.. Perhaps i wrote it un clearly and you misunderstood.

I mean.. We don't need to know which internet browser everyone likes or is using. Because in the end there is no comparison and they should all be using Chrome!

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