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Your browser/OS combination for 2011

Which browser on which OS are you mainly going to use?    427 members have voted

  1. 1. Which browser on which OS are you mainly going to use?

    • Internet Explorer on Windows
    • Firefox on Windows
    • Chrome on Windows
    • Opera on Windows
    • Safari on Windows
    • Firefox on Mac OS X
    • Chrome on Mac OS X
    • Opera on Mac OS X
    • Safari on Mac OS X
    • Firefox on Linux
    • Chrome on Linux
    • Opera on Linux
    • Other (specify below)

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IE/Win7 with Chromium on deck.

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Chrome on Ubuntu 10.10

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Firefox on Windows, Ubuntu, Debian, and sometimes OpenSUSE :rofl:

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Chrome on OS X

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Firefox on Windows 7 x64 :whistle:

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:shifty:

I voted.

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I went from FF to Opera on Windows.

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Chrome on Windows.

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64 bit IE9 on 64 bit Windows 7- fastest around

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I believe firefox was dominant in 2010 but now chrome seems to be in upper hand.

Chrome on windows for me.

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Firefox on Windows 7 for all the plugins I used to suit my likings and just love the way Windows 7 feels! But switch to Chrome for ultra light speed if urgent. XD

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Firefox and Windows 7.... unless something pulls me away from Firefox, no loyalties here, best tool for the job!

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Firefox - Windows 7

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Definitely Firefox on Windows here.

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Chrome on Mac OS X

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Chrome on Windows 7. Thinking about switching back to Firefox..version 4 looks pretty good

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Opera 11 (glass skin) + Win 7 Pro (Aero)

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FF4 is teh sexeh.

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Windows 7, Chrome. :cool:

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Windows 7, Firefox (Y)

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I use Firefox 90-98% of the time (I haven't done a survey to get this number totally accurate).

I'm a ho when it comes to OS's but I am using XP 8 hours a day, 5 days a week so it's probably that *cries*.

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Specifically, IE 9 on Windows 7 (Ultimate) x64.

Linux-side (the joy of dual-boot), it's Firefox 3.6.12 on Sabayon 5.4 (also x64). I have Firefox 4 beta 8 on both Windows and Sabayon though it is not default for either.

Due to specific issues with each browser, while IE 9 is the default (it's strengths are text-heavy sites and sites that use Silverlight as opposed to Flash or video) on Windows, I also have Firefox (the aforementioned 4b8) for video-heavy sites that don't use Flash or AIR, and Google Chrome for Flash-heavy sites (such as Facebook and partner sites to Facebook); basically, horses for courses.

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IE9 Beta 2 and Windows 7 SP1 RC

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