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What is your favorite Internet browser?

  • Firefox

    Votes: 87 32.6%
  • IE

    Votes: 105 39.3%
  • Opera

    Votes: 17 6.4%
  • Chrome

    Votes: 25 9.4%
  • Safari

    Votes: 5 1.9%
  • Maxthon

    Votes: 7 2.6%
  • OmniWeb

    Votes: 1 0.4%
  • Other

    Votes: 20 7.5%

  • Total voters
    267
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I have just continued using Internet Explorer as new versions are released. So, I use IE8. I have a 19 inch CRT monitor and use 1024 x 768 resolution. Higher resolutions would only work for me if the monitor were larger.
 

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hmm CometBird is not Listed. I find Comet Bird to be the fastest loading of the group listed. Though it does use
slightly more memory. All browsers can be sped up considerably by using a nifty little program. Great on older computers with xp32.
 

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Firefox 4
Resolution;
Desktop: Monitor 1 1680x1050, monitor 2 1680x1050, monitor 3 1920x1080, monitor 4 800x480 (sys stats and other gadgets).
Laptop 1: 1920x1080
Laptop 2: 1440x900
 

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I am not surprised that FF is leading the way... it constantly gets better and better. For those who use the Internet a lot, or who have to keep up with websites (like me), FF is a blessing. It has great add-ons and excellent speed.

Anyone using FF 5 yet?
 

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I use the last release of firefox, I can't update yet because a couple important plugins that I use aren't supported yet. I've tried the latest version and I don't like it as much though, they completely rearranged the bookmarks tabs etc. Oh, 1920x1080
 

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I use the latest versions of IE, Firefox and Chrome. IE9, however, is my favorite, so it gets by far the most use.

My resolution depends on what machine I'm on: desktop 1680x1050, laptop 1440x900, HTPC 1920x1080.
 

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I now use an 27" @ 2560X1440 with a 21.5" iMac @ 1920X1080

Firefox 12.0 Beta (love that it syncs bookmarks and open tabs on all machines and my iPhone)
 

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I use Chrome, Opera, Commodo Dragon, Waterfox, Songbird, IE64 (for browsing Microsoft.com for downloads). Rarely touch IE 32 bit unless its required. Gave up on Safari for Windows, seems almost purposefully slow compared to the Mac Version. Yet (CNET & others) benchmarks show Mac OS was much slower than Windows 7 at performing the same tasks. Chrome and Safari are made from the same WebKIT DNA. Kind of makes ya wonder huh?

My resolution is 1920x1200
 
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