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I use firefox since it's open source, tons of addons, tons of themes.

 

 

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I used to use Firefox...But now that I use Gmail & Google Docs more often, I switched to Chrome.

Took me a couple of whiles to get used to the interface, but for the most part I've got it. (Although it took me most of a month to realize I could customize it :P)

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I too use chrome. Chrome certainly does not have as many addons or themes as firefox, but it still has them and a few of the popular addons have been ported, or remade over for chrome.

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Chrome. It's a damn sight better than what I was using. (Curse you, Internet Explorer)

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Chrome. I don't like firefox, it doesn't work as fast as Chrome on my computer. I like the design of Chrome and the small amount of themes they do have are awesome... although, they could do with some more MLP themes XD

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Chrome Dev. I tried using alternatives, but I always end up missing chrome when I'm not using it. I also love how it auto-updates. I'm always using the latest version, and I never have to do it manually.

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Chrome, I've been using it for the last I'd say 3 years, nothing beats it. Firefox is at a close second. it has a lot of nice add-ons, but all the add-ons I need I can get on chrome now.

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i used firefox before but it chrashed a lot and i did not like the design so i switched to the norwegian "Opera" browser and im loving it :D

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I used to be a Chrome user, but there was this amazing Octavia persona for Firefox that was the sole reason for me switching back to it. Besides, Chrome really isn't all that great after a while. Yeah, it's slightly faster with loading the application itself, but it comes at the price of using much more resources by it opening more than six instances of itself under Processes in Task Manager.

 

Besides, Firefox is more customizable than Chrome will ever be. ;)

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I used to be a Chrome user, but there was this amazing Octavia persona for Firefox that was the sole reason for me switching back to it. Besides, Chrome really isn't all that great after a while. Yeah, it's slightly faster with loading the application itself, but it comes at the price of using much more resources by it opening more than six instances of itself under Processes in Task Manager.

 

Besides, Firefox is more customizable than Chrome will ever be. ;)

 

Agree, even though Chrome is faster (because of processes are split on each tab). I still prefer Firefox for the same reason as you said. =)

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I use Chrome Beta. It's fast, smooth, and the actual "chrome" of the interface takes up hardly any space at all, leaving most of my screen free for the websites I'm viewing.

 

Chrome uses a wicked amount of RAM, but I'm really not too worried about that because I've plenty of RAM to spare on both of my computers. Might as well enjoy the fast speed. :D

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I usually used Safari. However I load videos on Chrome, since my Safari has problems doing so.

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On average i use firefox, chrome is my 2nd choice though,

i have always liked firefox addons, and the fact its installed by default

by ubuntu (my os). for low memory systems (like 256mb ram and under) i

use midori, its a nice lightweight browser that uses webkit (like chrome).

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Yep, I use to be a Internet Explorer stallion, but I recently tried out Google Chrome and switched. I got a Fluttershy theme for it :D I'd prob use FireFox, but I use the family computer, and dad thinks FireFox is virus filled (Yeah I don't get it either, its a internet browser...) I've tried to convince him, but his like a brick wall T.T

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I'm on Mac OS X and I used to use Firefox but it kept slowing down my already slow computer especially when watching videos on youtube so I switched to Chrome and so far it's been faster.

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Firefox user here. i used Chrome at a time though when Firefox was stupid, i.e. versions before 4.0., but once it came out, i switched back. never looked back after that.

 

Plus i have a gorgeous Luna theme for it.

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Chrome, really just because it's simple and I like the download/addon system.

 

For the record, Internet Explorer is good for...downloading other browsers.

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I use Chrome like a baws, I like how minimalistic it looks while still actually having all you need.

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Chrome canary build user here. The only extension I ever use on my browser Is Greasemonkey and It's associated JavaScripts, so chrome seems to suit my needs just fine, and the current build appears to be completely stable on Mac OS X.

 

I'm just happy to see that there are no sorry souls around these parts using that horrid excuse for a web browser they call Internet Explorer.

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Started with Firefox but switched to Chrome once I realized just how much faster it was.

 

Now I really have to use Chrome cause of all the Pony themes I found for it. :D

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I used to use Firefox, but due to some issues I was having with it I've since moved over to an offshoot called Palemoon.

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Internet Explorer's favoriting and shortcut systems. I grew up with it, and I don't plan to switch to Chrome soon.

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