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Title says it all.

From what I've seen in my life, it looks like Chrome seems to be the preferred Browser for most people. I think that's quite interesting considering it's relatively new.

Here's a website that tracks Browser statistics. It's data matches nicely to what I've seen in my life, with Chrome becoming bigger and bigger. I'm not sure how accurate the site is though. If someone has another source of Browser statistics, then please share it.

Anyway, what browser do you use the most? It should be interesting to hear the perspectives of people experienced with the internet.

- Chrome 4 Life



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I'm part of the 2% it seems



Why don't you make like a tree and get out of here?

Unfortunately I'm stuck with IE and FF at work. But everywhere else (phone and pcs) I use Chrome. Its simply better... faster, safer, more personalized, etc.

Opera -> Firefox -> IE -> Orweb V2 ->>>>>>>>> Chrome, in terms od useage

Opera -> Firefox -> IE -> Orweb V2 ->>>>>>>>> Chrome, in terms of useage

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Firefox, but only because Chrome doesn't have a particular extension that Firefox has



Ditched Firefox weeks ago for chrome after 5 years of loyalty . I don't know what happened to FF lately but it stopped being responsive, it just became... too heavy. I'll try it again when I format my laptop since it's been over a year.

Chrome is nice, All browsers have become good enough anyway.



Chevinator123 said:
Firefox, but only because Chrome doesn't have a particular extension that Firefox has

If its the one that many use on this and other sites, yes it does. Its had it for over a year. Otherwise, which extension?



Chevinator123 said:
Firefox, but only because Chrome doesn't have a particular extension that Firefox has


Ad block? I just migrated to chrome and installed the same extention by the same developer that made it for FF.



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Google Chrome.

Used to be Firefox, though.