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which is the best for working yahoo or Mozilla ff.
Browser wars! I love browser wars! I'm a Firefox fan I'll say right out from the start. I hardly use any other browser apart from Chrome sometimes. I find it the best for what I need to do because I already have it and made the switch from IE to Firefox many years ago and have never looked back. It's probably saved me many hours when I add up all the time it's saved me that IE (Internet Exploder) would have stolen from my life. Here's to Firefox! It's been the weapon of choice and it's the one I'm most used to for all my SEO work. Now I would expect that to be the same if I'd made the transition from Firefox to Chrome but I was not one of those people. Instead I definitely like Chrome I think it's pretty damned slick and much more modern browser that done things a little differently and that's what makes it good to have. But at the end of the day it's Firefox that I always use so for me it's the best one to do my SEO in. But I could have done that same SEO the same in any other browser too probably whether it was Internet Exploder, Firefox, Chrome, Opera or Safari whatever. So It would be which ever browser you're most used to and happy in would be the one that would be the best for doing your own or other peoples SEO in. However as for which one works best Yahoo and ff (Firefox), well Yahoo is not a web browser. It's a Search Engine Yahoo/Bing. So I think you're getting a little confused there but this should clear things up for you and let you know which browser is the best for doing SEO in, no matter what Search Engine you do that in or for Google or Yahoo or Bing.
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Of all people, I think you know that if I find something I like then I'm loyal to it to the end. And, I was that way with Firefox, for years and years, until the bitter end when it just would bind up my browser so bad with lag that I could not load pages. And, it did these little weird quirks on some pages, can't explain it, just things stopped loading right. Yes, I loved Firefox but that love was not strong enough to sustain my insane need to have fourty tabs open at once. I had never been able to use Chrome much on my older computers, as obviously Chrome is a power hog much like any version of Windows. But once I upgraded to a new laptop, I had the opposite experience, Firefox was laggy (not the sturdy warhorse that I was used to working with) and Chrome was the new 'shiny' hero. Now Chrome is about all I use, not for the bells and whistles because it has many faults. More than anything, it's habit now. And, it doesn't lag. I miss my NoDoFollow plug in. Is that available on Chrome? Now, I use Firefox to run Youtube and a few other sites, but that's about all now. I miss the good ol' days when Firefox was my friend. Firefox will always hold a warm fuzzy place in my heart. But, for practical reasons, I had to move on :/
I use firefox. I have installed SEO tool bar on my firefox which helps me to understand the rank, index, bacnkinks, social share etc. of the website I am visiting or the websites I am working on. I have tried explorer, but once I switched to forefox, there was no going back. I also tried to switch to chrome, but I did not like it.
Mozilla is the top best browser. i prefer to use Mozilla browser. That is my opinion and you can do what you want with it but its the best one for it. Thanks.
Yes well you can do a lot with it. You can't do what you want with it. I mean, you can't tell it to make you dinner or run a bath or go down the shop and get some milk and sugar. But you can use it get dinner delivered by ordering a takeaway or buying your groceries online, and you can use it to find someone to hire that can cook it and run you a bath too! But I agree too though it is the best browser in the world, and best for doing SEO in too.
Mozlla fire fox is better then Internet Explorer, but I recomand you to use Google Chrome.
Yes, even though you're not a hardcore Firefox fan, I respect you for saying that and argue against your case at the same time!
Google chrome will be faster than any browser to date right now because it is the latest most up to date with the times browser built by Google, for Google and everyone does their SEO in Google this days.
That is a very good point clerkservice, duly noted, I've noted some performance improvements when using Chrome sometimes but it's the the too many niggling little things for me as I'm already a FF user and do just as well in that but I use them both side by side on most days anyway across all my sites to see how they look without logging out or something and for designing issues but always revert back to FF.
I absolutely love Mozilla browser it is the giant of them all and is better than IE and all the other fake wannabe web browsers out there today. It's a mans browser not one of these girly new things I think.
Interesting take Kaivalya! I agree it is the most used web browser.
This was the Wordwide Market Share for Browsers as of 2016 according to Statcounter stats showing Chrome in the lead well over Firefox IE, Opera and Safari and other browsers.
Image courtesy of Statcounter.
But bigger doesn't always mean better. And I'm not saying that because I own a BMW, but because as the biggest it's also the one that can fall the hardest and what a might crashing noise it will make when it does!
Mozilla Firefox is the best
Mozila Firefox is best among all Browsers
I use Firefox primarily as it was one of the first browsers I used, other than the old AOL browser with dial up. Mozilla allowed for so many extensions and add-ons and you were able to customize the browser to your own personal liking. As of June 2016, Microsoft has stopped support for Internet Explorer and moved on to a browser called Edge for Windows 10 operating systems. It would be a better move if you use Internet Explorer for SEO to move on to the new Edge browser. It may be new to you, and unfamiliar but you can get ahead of the curve in this aspect. As I only have one computer that has Windows 10 on it, I do not personally use Edge that often and despise any Microsoft-based browsers due to their need to collect consumer data and sell it to advertising companies.
First off, do you really think that the browser has something to do with the SEO methods that we are using? Anyway, our primary browser is Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox is our secondary browser. If you might be wondering why we have 2 browsers, it is because I am most comfortable with Chrome but there are sites that it cannot open properly so I need a secondary browser to use in cases like that.