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Your browser/OS combination for 2011

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

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  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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BoredBozirini    235

Chrome on OSX.

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Marshall    15,353

Netscape on Windows 3.1

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Tikii    0

Firefox on Ubuntu 10.10

Firefox on Windows 7 x64

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ncc50446    71

Home: Opera on Windows 7

Work: Opera (main), Firefox (Secondary on second monitor) on Windows XP

Laptop (Becoming my main computer): Opera on Mandriva 2010.2 KDE

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darkfanar    0

Opera IE8 Firefox on Win7

i get bored from one i use the other one :p

i use them equally but i like opera more

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Paul Ferson    51

I'm using Mozilla Firefox on Windows 7. At the moment I'm using Minefield 4b13.

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NienorGT    12

It's hard to tell, currently my Win7 desktop runs Chrome, but I have few gripes with it and I could end up to back off to Firefox in the future.

But, on my Win7 TabletPC, I need a touch compatible browser, and I won't take Chrome with a buggy extension when Firefox 4 fully support native touch out of the box.

For what it worth mentioning, on my iPhone, I use iCab Mobile plus a JB tweak to change the default browser.

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Knife Party    630

for now chrome 11 with windows 7 x64

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Steve B.    466

I'm withholding my vote due to the fact I change browsers regularly. At the moment I'm on the Chrome dev channel.

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yowanvista    103

FF4 on Windows 7 x64

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Flawed    8

Firefox 4 / Ubuntu 10.10

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Shivan Commander    0

Firefox / Windows

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Steve B.    466

I'm withholding my vote due to the fact I change browsers regularly. At the moment I'm on the Chrome dev channel.

And now I'm on Aurora (Firefox) 5.0a2

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kyosuken    6

Chrome OSX, but i have opera/safari/ffox for testing purpose (as i need to test my webapps at times, and later on i fireup a windows machine to eventually fix layout issues in IE7/8)

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mrrampage    0

firefox 4 on win 7

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Gerowen    1,115

Iceweasel 4 on Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.1 for both my computer and my wife's. I voted Firefox though because Iceweasel is just a rebranded/modified Firefox.

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jupe    294

Firefox 6.0a1 on Windows 7 SP1

i like the speed of Chrome but can't live without the features that i use in Firefox

Chrome is to "barebones" for a Desktop, but i would definitely use it on a Netbook

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Azusa    930

Windows 7 X64 and Firefox.

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+Frank B.    7,104

Since the 4.0 release candidates I've switched back from Chrome to Firefox. Currently using the 6.0a1 nightlies on both OS X and Windows.

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CyberManifest    25

Safari on iOS and Mac OS X, IE 9 on Windows 7 SP1, and Chrome in Linux Mint 9; Chrome is my secondary on all platforms except iOS and Linux (Firefox as secondary on Linux). I like chrome probably the most and dabble with it a lot on all supported platforms regularly; I think it's my favorite. However, I rely heavily on the tight integration of native browsers to their corresponding platform, with Chrome on Linux being the exception.

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Septimus    9

Windows 7 x64 + IE9.

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chrispinto    12

Safari on OS X and IE9 on Windows 7 (occasionally I also use Maxthon)

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Technitrox    0

Firefox on Windows and Linux

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arcita    0

Windows 7 x64 - IE9 (IE9 has really grown on me!)

Mac OS X - Firefox Nightlies (Thank you, FF Team, for changing the branding from "Minefield" and more importantly, the icon)

Gnome - Chromium

KDE - Konqueror

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+Chicane-UK    669

Chrome on Windows 7 x64..

Have been very happy with Windows 7 since it launched, and Chrome was a breath of fresh air after a good few years with Firefox. Got fed up of Firefox's ridiculous memory consumption whenever I left browser sessions open for weeks on end without reboots. Chrome takes care of that and gave me a speed boost to boot so.. double win.

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