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What browser do you use and why?

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08-10-2011, 06:02 PM
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Hi! Lets see which is the most popular browser among talkfreelance members. And please explain in one line that why you prefer to use that browser. So here we go:

I use Firefox.
Reason:Its extendability and Firebug.

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Firefox:
  • Reliable
  • Customizable
  • Large support community
  • Adblock
  • Firebug

There are a lot of good browsers out there. While I am somewhat partial to Firefox I hold the stance that as long as you aren't using IE you are fine.

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I was using Chrome for a few months and beginning to like it, however I'm back to using Safari.

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Originally Posted by Village Genius View Post
While I am somewhat partial to Firefox I hold the stance that as long as you aren't using IE you are fine.
hahaha.. Lolz your'e absolutely right. I too have same kinda feeling about using IE.

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Firefox. Seems easier and more comfy using it. Plus the themes are great too!

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Switched to Chrome from IE and Firefox and haven't looked back.

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A mix of Firefox and Chrome. More Firefox for web developing and stuff like that because of Firebug and Chrome for just general web browsing. Obviously I have to have all the others at hand to test sites in those browsers too, though.

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I use firefox because it is good for SEO.

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What my favorite browser is firefox.But sometimes,IE is also be on used.

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Firefox:
  • Easy and Fast
  • Customizable
  • Lots of Unique Features (Private Browsing, Tabs Grouping etc)
  • Lots of Add-Ons and Plugins
  • Best for Development (FireBug, Web Developer Toolbar, SEO Plugins, Color Pickers etc)
  • Provides best support for Editing and Testing Live Sites.
  • Very good support Community
  • Reliable and stable
  • Very Good for Testing New Web Projects

and many more.. chrome is also good, but it will always remain behind firefox. For example, Firebug was primarily a Firefox Plugin, now they gave support for Chrome, but we used FireBug in FF for more than a year before it was out for chrome..

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