View Poll Results: What browser do you currently use?

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  • Firefox

    406 69.64%
  • Mozilla

    22 3.77%
  • Opera

    107 18.35%
  • IE 8

    27 4.63%
  • IE 6

    21 3.60%
  • IE 7

    89 15.27%
  • Maxthon Browser

    2 0.34%
  • Avant Browser

    7 1.20%
  • Netscape Communicator

    1 0.17%
  • Google Chrome

    72 12.35%
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Thread: What Browser(s) Do You Currently Use?

  1. #76
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    I was using Mozilla RC 3 for a while and now I'm use Mozilla 3.

  2. #77
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    Default browser: Safari
    Back-up: Firefox.

    Too bad that Safari aint got AdBlocker.

  3. #78
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    ie7, ff3, maxthon
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  4. #79
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    Firefox 3 all the way.

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    Since a few years firefox and always the newest version.

  6. #81
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    lol.. firefox all the way.. though safari is way cooler..

  7. #82
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    Firefox 3.0.1 atm, it´s a great browser and an alternative to IE7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolapso View Post
    Firefox 3.0.1 atm, it´s a great browser and an alternative to IE7.
    me too! Once 3 came out, I just forgot about ie7.


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  9. #84
    I am currently using Mozilla Firefox 3.0.1 inside a Thinstall Virtual container with flash and java also virtualized within. I made it using VMWare Thinstall/ThinApp. This makes my browsing experience more secure by eliminating or significantly reducing the chance of a browser vulnerability from affecting my physical drive. All changes remain in the virtual container and unless the malicious code was specifically written to check for virtual environments created by Thinstall/Thinapp, the harmful code will only gain control over the virtual environment and not the entire physical system.

    I occasionally delete the "Thinstall/Mozilla Firefox" folder which resets everything back to the default I made whenever I created it. It also deletes anything malicious that may have been left behind in the virtual environment. I highly recommend running your browser like this for obvious reasons.

    In addition to the extra security, I can simply copy my Firefox executable over to my flash drive and have a secure portable Firefox. I've got a copy (default is Firefox 3.0.1, but is update'able' if a new version comes out) hosted on my site if anyone would like to try it out, just give me a PM.
    Last edited by EneergE; 08-14-2008 at 08:12 PM.
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  10. #85
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    added Google Chrome


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  11. #86
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    I'm using IE 8 beta with Maxthon 2.1.4 [ For IE 8 ] , so basically none from the list
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  12. #87
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    Firefox... used to use Minefield, but that's the same thing...
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  13. #88
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAWS View Post
    added Google Chrome
    I just downloaded chrome. I'm not sure I like it yet. It does seem pretty fast though.
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  14. #89
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    I hate IE, but I haven't used IE8. I like Firefox and all, but I like Opera on the desktop, and Opera Mini on my Palm Centro. It's nice having nearly the same browsing experience on both my desktop at home, and my smartphone.

    I've yet to try Safari or Chrome, but I'll definitely give them a try soon.

  15. #90
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  16. #91
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    FF was released in 04? wow. guess i'm an old time user then... lol

  17. #92
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    I use firefox on both my pc and my mac. I used to be a fan of safari until firefox came around.
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  18. #93
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAWS View Post
    added Google Chrome
    I'd take the version number off Opera too.
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    Page File: On (set to the minimum of 16MB if you have a large amount of RAM, disabling not recommended)
    Prefetch: On
    Superfetch: On (RAM is always faster than an SSD - use it)
    System Restore: Off (with regular backups)
    Browser Cache: RAM Only, Disk Cache Off (How to with Chrome)
    Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos, Downloads to HDD (Public Libraries too, see above link about junctions)
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  19. #94
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    For general browsing I use IE7 and when surfing uTube or other video sites I use FF for easy downloading and file conversion.
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  20. #95
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    Been a Firefox guy for a long time. Tried all the others; nothing compares.

  21. #96
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    firefox with fasterfox is wut i use

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    Firefox for the president
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  23. #98
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    Y do i feel like a weirdo who uses only google chrome?
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  24. #99
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    If anyone has changed what browser you use since you voted, since this has been going for a long time...let me know and I can change it.
    Windows 7 + SSD:
    Mode: AHCI, default Microsoft driver or latest Intel RST
    Defrag: Off
    Hibernation: Off (use Sleep mode, recommend a UPS)
    Indexing: On (it only indexes a few locations, not your whole system unless you tell it to)
    Page File: On (set to the minimum of 16MB if you have a large amount of RAM, disabling not recommended)
    Prefetch: On
    Superfetch: On (RAM is always faster than an SSD - use it)
    System Restore: Off (with regular backups)
    Browser Cache: RAM Only, Disk Cache Off (How to with Chrome)
    Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos, Downloads to HDD (Public Libraries too, see above link about junctions)
    UAC: On!

  25. #100
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    Hmm, I just downloaded IE8 Beta 2 and I think it's awesome.

    It's noticeably faster than FireFox 3.0.5, and some of the new functions are certainly handy.

    There are a few bugs ofcourse, but not as much as you'd think for a beta.

    All in all I'm impressed by IE8, and MSoft seems to be on the right path.

    Looking forward to the final release!
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