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What web browser do you use?

Asked by Paul (2717points) May 26th, 2011

Also what version? I am currently using firefox 4.0.1 but have all of the main browsers (ie, chrome, opera & safari installed as well, I like to switch). What do you use jellies?

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FutureMemory's avatar


I predict the jelly below me uses…Opera!

marinelife's avatar

Wrong. I use Firefox too.

Paul's avatar

@FutureMemory @marinelife 4.0.1 or do you use an earlier version or the 5.0 beta?

Axemusica's avatar

FireFox 4.0.1

FutureMemory's avatar


I didn’t know there was a 5.0 beta.

Allie's avatar

At home, Firefox and Chrome.
At work, IE. D=

DominicX's avatar


I used to use Firefox until I downloaded 4.0 and the text was all fuzzy and there doesn’t seem to be a remedy for it. I’m a Chrome-convert now.

Unfortunately, Chrome does not allow me to change the Japanese font, so I still use Firefox (or IE) to view Japanese text.

rebbel's avatar

Opera and Chrome

bhec10's avatar

Am I the only one using Safari on a Mac?

Allie's avatar

@bvdshec17 We run Safari on the Mac in the main house. I don’t usually use it on my MBP though.

HungryGuy's avatar

On my Win 7 machine, I sometimes use Firefox and sometimes Internet Exploder (some sites work better on one, and some better on the other). On my Linux machine, I use Firefox exclusively.

marinelife's avatar

@FPSMadPaul 3.6.2 Should I upgrade?

ovisaries's avatar

Chrome, never really liked Firefox.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Firefox 4.0.1

Safari 5.0.5

jellyfish3232's avatar

I dislike Opera. I use safari, but I think that I might switch to firefox. Off I go.

wundayatta's avatar

Chrome. It runs about three times faster than Firefox, or so it seems. I only use Firefox or IEwhatever when a site requires it to conduct a transaction.

tom_g's avatar

Chrome. Haven’t touched IE in years, and was a hardcore Firefox fan. But Chrome is just so much faster and works well with all of the Google services I use.

anartist's avatar

I use firefox 4.01[didn’t know there was a 5] but have all installed for checking web pages.

koanhead's avatar

Firefox 3.6, Chrome, Chromium, Firefox 4, Midori, dillo, lynx, and wget.

gailcalled's avatar

Safari on a Mac. I have Firefox as a backup but never think to use it.

jerv's avatar

Firefox 4.0.1 (I’m not into betas or “Aurora” builds) and Dolphin Mini

The wife likes Chrome for it’s simplicity, but occasionally has issues that I never do. And for those that think Chrome is noticeably faster, I used to think so until I got a decent computer. Once I upgraded to something less than five years old, the speed advantage of Chrome shrank to nearly imperceptible and definitely not worth giving up all of the features Firefox has.

trickface's avatar

Windows Safari! I love it.

Beulah's avatar

I use Firefox and Chrome. Chrome is faster especially when using Google.

Paul's avatar

@marinelife I’d say so, I can guarantee most of your add-ons will be compatible and the speed boost is immense. Just be wary about the change of UI.

anartist's avatar

@jerv dolphin mini is a dead link. some browser.

jerv's avatar

@anartist Yeah, I just noticed they redid their site :/ It now redirects here

Then again, I got it through the Android Market and it won’t run on Windows anyways, so unless you have an Android phone, you didn’t miss anything.

28lorelei's avatar

Safari here, it works best for me. However I have some cool firefox toolbars, so I use that when I want those functions.

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