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  • Browser Battle: Nine Browsers of Today and Tomorrow Compared

    Since we spend a lot of time here talking about browsers, figured I would post this just posted article. It is one of the most broad articles I have seen, and is 7 pages long.

    Browser Battle: Nine Browsers of Today and Tomorrow Compared

    I'm still of the mindset that until a browser can have all the addons that I use everyday to help me like I do in Firefox, I won't be changing. Even if it takes .05 sec longer to load a page. :row__690:


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    Re: Browser Battle: Nine Browsers of Today and Tomorrow Compared

    I almost didn't read the article, simply because as much as I like SRware's Iron re-spin on Chrome, it doesn't have the add-ons.

    Like everyone else, I cant live without my add-ons :)

    Though frankly, if they wanted to talk about modern, fast, efficient browser [engines], they should have used something different than an obvious smallblock Chevy V8.

    Like an FSI.
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      Re: Browser Battle: Nine Browsers of Today and Tomorrow Compared

      I liked Chroma but it just didn't have the features I want like favorites.
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        Re: Browser Battle: Nine Browsers of Today and Tomorrow Compared

        For the love of goodness...where are the other four browsers?

        I only read about 5 browsers: IE, FF, Opera, Safari, and Chrome.
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          Re: Browser Battle: Nine Browsers of Today and Tomorrow Compared

          Bamboo, I have to agree. Since I have started using FF a lot more and the add-ons it has I have become very comfortable using it even if it is just slightly slower than IE at loading pages on my computers.

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