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Your main desktop web browser for 2014 is:


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Which desktop web browser will you be using in 2014?

 

I plan on sticking with Chrome dev, and occasionally Safari.

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Will remain Firefox :)

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Firefox at home. Sadly in the office I have to use IE, otherwise I would switch Firefox there as well. :(

Selected Firefox.

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Chrome. I want all my stuff synced across my devices.

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Firefox

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Firefox of course :)

 

Nothing against Chrome it is a great browser but I just prefer Firefox.

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Chrome

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Cyberfox

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Been bouncing back and froth between Chrome and Firefox. Right now, Firefox is my plan. 

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chrome

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I'm actually using Safari on my Mac and it's OK. I'd been a staunch Chrome user for some years, but have been running into an increasing number of issues with it which forced me to try something else. 

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I used to be a big Opera fan but they don't seem keen to update the Linux version from Opera 12. If they do bring it up to date, I'll switch there. :)

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been using Chrome Dev for 4 years.. don't see it changing.

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Internet Explorer 11. Works great.

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IE 11. Works so great that I can't even post images here, it blocks my screen.So Many compatibility issues ...

I won't switch to a different browser , MSE integrates IE perfectly, it is trusted, secure and stable for the most of the time.

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Firefox Stable.

 

But with Australis, I'm worried that after 10 years of Fox I might dislike it and move to IE or Opera (No Chrome for me ever).

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chrome and firefox stable. Chrome mainly for the excellent sync features.

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Sticking with Firefox for the time being.

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Have not experienced any issues with IE11 so I am sticking with that.

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sticking with Chrome Dev for 2014

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IE 11 and Chrome for backup when IE decides to act up.

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For those of you using Firefox are you using anything special with it? I mean I use Chrome and I have Adblock installed and thats it... 

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Firefox, for me it's still the best compromise between features, stability and performance, never mind the best addons hands down.  Use it on my desktops and Windows and Android based tablets, sync's nicely.  Currently on the beta channel.  Never had a need for a "backup browser", unless you're a web developer if you need more than one browser, one of your browsers isn't doing its job.

 

 

For those of you using Firefox are you using anything special with it? I mean I use Chrome and I have Adblock installed and thats it... 

Personal preference mostly.. for me Chrome's engine is nice but the interface is just plain awful in my opinion, never ceases to annoy or frustrate with its lack of flexibility.  The addons aren't usually as flexible either, although there are exceptions.  ABP for example, no comparison between Firefox's and Chrome's, lots of things missing.  Also running about 20 or so other addons.. some are tweaks, some are convenience.

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For those of you using Firefox are you using anything special with it? I mean I use Chrome and I have Adblock installed and thats it...

Because the adblock on firefox works better for me, as does RES.

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