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A little while back my laptop went in for repairs and when I got it back my Mozilla Firefox was gone and Google Chrome was my default browser.
I had so much to catch up on that I never bothered to download Mozilla FireFox for a while and now that I have downloaded it I am still mostly using Chrome.
I still prefer using Firefox but I am finding that Chrome works better so I am sticking with it for now.
Chrome! I'm fan of Google chrome, but I use them both as it depends what I want to do. For example, sometimes I need to use some addons which are not available on chrome but only on mozilla, and I admit that mozilla addons are a lot better than chrome addons, at least for my needs.
For me they both are great browsers, chrome is heavy and it will use a lot of ram, on the other side mozilla it's not faster than chrome but it's not heavy as chrome.
Oh I wasn't aware that Chrome uses more ram, thanks for that information Procoder.
Google chrome is king as far as I am concerned but I also use Opera because it uses fewer resources at times and is faster in my opinion if you are going to have multiple tabs up. Also, Palemoon isn't bad either.
Oh my, I haven't even heard of Palemoon before... I used Opera on my phone once but never on a laptop or PC. I just Opera because my phone was set up with it.
I am a creature of habit and also convenience so if something is already there chances are that is what I will use, as long as it is not awful.
I have found Google Chrome is faster than Mozilla Firefox... and now that I am getting used to it I find it is not too bad. The first time I used it I found it very different and I struggled to be out of my comfort zone.
I prefer Google Chrome. I occasionally use Firefox, but I am not much of a fan. Google Chrome feels a lot better in my opinion. I was told that Edge is a good browser, and I tried it out a couple of months ago, but I just couldn't stand it.
Hi Lynne thanks for your question. When I was new on internet, I thought internet explorer was best for me. Though some security concern still internet explorer ever best. But, due to slow loading I leave it. Now mostly I used chrome for mobile and laptop. Both devices Google chrome working very well. For me chrome looking great and simply fast. Besides, I use Mozilla Firefox. Because, I need to use some importance extension on Firefox and for any kinds for extension Firefox every boss. Specially some SEO extension work very fine on Firefox. And I think torch browser another excellent web browser. Though it is looking clone of chrome.
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Chrome all the way, really love it, especially after the recent update. I'm a big Google fan so Chrome is a natural choice, that fact that I can sign in with my google account and have all my bookmarks and history synced means everything for me.
I haven't used Mozilla Firefox for a long time now, I'm sure they've made updates and added new features but most marketers out there prefer Chrome so I'll stick with it.
I used to like Mozilla Firefox better, but I've been using Chrome for quite some time now. I guess I got used to it, so it's now my new favorite haha. However both Mozilla and Chrome are fine - but I don't like Internet Explorer at all. I don't like the design of it, honestly, and I find it to be slower than these two.
Currently, I prefer Google Chrome as of right now. Over the years, I've installed, uninstalled, and reinstalled many different browsers. Because at some point, they've all either crashed or given me issues of functionality. Personally, I like Chrome because of the added extensions. They provide a personalization to my browser itself mixed with the stored data. It's also very user-friendly and easy to get used to!
Whenever working as a freelancer is involved, I don't think I have any other browser that I prefer apart from Google Chrome. I mean Chrome has given me the best working conditions and make my browsing go smooth.
In the olden days, I have been using Netscape. This is history, sorry about the segue way, it just came to my mind. Anyway, it was Internet Explorer as the standard when I was issued my own computer in the office. And it was IE all the way until after 2010 when IE seemed to be faltering with the filtering of the pop ups. It looked so weak that’s why I shifted to Mozilla Firefox. It’s one good browser. But a few years ago, I tried Chrome and found it to be a better alternative. Now, I am using Chrome and Firefox is just the alternate or backup.
Eversince the 90's I have only used 2 browsers IE and Google. Nowadays Google Chrome is the king and I've no complaints. It's dependable and fast more so on mobile.