Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Lizard, 1 Aug 2011.
Have both, but mainly use ff. Find it more intuitive and easier to use.
Firefox has absolutely lost it. Upgrading to 4 meant even more memory usage, even slower operation and crashes, lots of crashes. I've used FF since I don't even remember when, and for the most part it's been good, but frankly I've just felt like it's been getting worse with every new version.
I would have switched to Chrome ages ago, but it just doesn't work with a couple of pages that I need to use.
Does this exclude people who've had to set "user_agent" so they can use online banking, etc. that only allows IE?
I love IE 9 use Chrome as a secondary browser and install it for anyone who cant have IE 9 if I do work on their machine.
Went of FF around 4 when it started being slow.
Firefox is just too slow for me, IE is a security joke, 9 breaks compatibility with loads of stuff I use, Opera seems weird, Safari is clunky, Chrome all the way, sync'd between my desktop and laptop, I've never looked back.
I still have firefox installed but been using chrome for last week I seem to like it
I use Chrome all the time and I love its debugging abilities when doing web development
I work for a large software company that has a product that heavily uses web applications. And because the development resources are so demanding, we can only officially support IE. There just isnt any resources to support any other browsers at the moment. So this means that our customers are restricted to IE. Over the whole of the UK we probably have 10's thousands of people using the product which are forced to use IE.
I have both but use Chrome mainly. I've found Firefox 4 to be slower and crash a bit more which winds me up.
I use chrome too, seems much faster than FF (and looks nicer)
I use Firefox at home. At work, I use Firefox whenever possible; however, despite agency IT requirements for all websites and web applications to work on all major browsers, there are still a handful of sites that only work in IE.
There was also the issue of our IT folks pushing software patches daily to downgrade Firefox 4 back to whatever previous version I was using.
I use IE simply because I still don't think that either ff or chrome with citric zen app which I need for school. They might do now but frankly I don't trust google and I tried ff with Linux and didn't really think it was any faster than IE and I have got too familiar with IE
I went from IE to FF and now I'm using Chrome. I just find it's a lot easier to use.
In work we still have to use IE though -.-
It crashed in your system?
Because it's nice and it works
ooh ya so how is that all going with IE not being included in Windows 7 outside of the US? like has that caused problems with older people and what not?
HAHA seriously? Some people really should not be allowed anywhere near computers.
I like Chrome, its fast, but I prefer FF because its more open to tinkering.
Basically I don't like how Chrome installs on your C drive, you have no choice, then caches multiple gigabytes of data to it. Pissed me off no end when I had a smaller SSD.
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