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Favorite Web Browser?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by The Dark Wizard, May 27, 2011.


Favorite Browser

  1. Firefox

  2. Chrome

  3. Opera

  4. Safari

  1. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    Whats your favorite web browser? Mine happens to be Opera.
  2. Forsaken

    Forsaken Well-Known Member

    The only truly innovative browser :sneaky:.
  3. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    I happen to agree. I have failed to see any thing "awesome" about chrome as all its users call it and Firefox used to be my favorite but its copying all of Opera's features and frankly Opera does it better. Firefox 4 was recently released and firefox 5 beta is already out. Mozilla is trying too hard to compete with Google and I really think that shouldnt be a goal. The should be the product and its users not how fast you can out update chrome.
  4. Panupat

    Panupat Well-Known Member

    I got too used to firefox+firebug to switch to anything else.
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  5. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    I dont think Firebug alone is worth putting up with Firefox any more. Opera has a tool just like firebug which I will be checking out when I can. But I hear its fantastic.
  6. Panupat

    Panupat Well-Known Member

    D: What about firefox you have to put up with?
  7. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    Firefox gets clunkier and slower each time it updates. And it seems to update just about every week. Opera is literally the cleanest/fastest web brower I have ever used and I thought that used to he chrome even though I prefer FF > Chrome. Im just a little upset in the direction their going.

    Edit: That and Im totally loving xenForo on Opera. It felt very clunky on Chrome and Firefox. Opera + xF is my favorite combo currently.
  8. ToDie4

    ToDie4 Well-Known Member

    http://www.opera.com/dragonfly/ ;)
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  9. Forsaken

    Forsaken Well-Known Member

    Try Dragonfly on Opera, it is easily as good as Firebug.
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  10. SilverCircle

    SilverCircle Well-Known Member

    Actually, I don't have a favorite, only a anti-favorite and it's called Internet Explorer :)

    All modern browsers are good and every one has its special advantages and some disadvantages.

    Recently, I've learned to like Opera's Dragonfly for debugging stuff - it's a great tool with similar features to Firebug minus the insane memory leaks and browser slowdowns.

    Also, Opera's session support is superb for organizing multiple windows and tab stacks are way, way better than the strange Panorama thing in Firefox.

    I also like Opera's built-in mail client. Simple, yet powerful and the only IMAP client that flawlessly works out of the box with GMail.
  11. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    There it is :D!

    After a few minutes of playing with it I would have to agree but Ill give a more solid answer when I use it more.

    Got any favorite Opera skins?
  12. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    Fixed that typo for you.
  13. Fufu

    Fufu Well-Known Member

    Browser releases numbering have gotten out-of-hand.

    bias poll... not enough options. *will-not vote*
  14. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    I dont understand if your agreeing with the whole updating thing I was talking about. If you are then I totally agree. Theres a bloody new update like every other day. They fix something and break 3 more things. Its just ridiclous. You know what im going to start calling ridiclous things? vBulletin. Hey your hair looks vBulletin today(NOT A vB BASHING THREAD!. But im a vB hater >_>)
  15. Forsaken

    Forsaken Well-Known Member

    I use Z1 Glass for the transparency.

    I have a custom skin, but I haven't used it much lately.
  16. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    Took a look since you mentioned it and its very nice :).
  17. User

    User Well-Known Member

    It always make me giggle to hear folks talk about browser speeds. Oh Wait! Mine goes 1/8438th faster!! ;)

    Joking aside, I love Firefox for all the add-ons. Firebug, Adblock, to name the most important ones.
    My Firefox runs entirely from RAMdisk (Firefox Portable from http://portableapps.com), and I don't care that Firefox currently takes up 620MB RAM on my machine, that's what the RAM is there for, I didn't buy it to not use it.

    IE8 and IE9 installed (8 in a VM), Chrome (hate it, talk about slow) and that's about it.
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  18. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    Hows the portable firefox? Never had the chance to try it.
  19. User

    User Well-Known Member

    I don't actually use it as portable in terms of putting it on USB or whatever. It's just like the normal one. I think what makes it portable is that it's using a profile/temp/cache directory that's local to the install directory rather than the directory location that is normally used depending on which OS you are running. I don't think there are any actual code changes in the portable version.
  20. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    Ah. I learn something new everyday :D!

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