I was happy to see joiwind
spoke up for K-Meleon. It's a great lightweight browser. especially on older or underpowered machines.
I'm basically a Firefox user. And I have five major reasons why I tend to use FF more than any other browser. In order of importance, they are:
- Ad Block Plus
- Down Them All
- Passive Recon
pointed out - it's the extensions.
At least for me.
I also use IE, but pretty much only
when I'm on Microsoft's gargantuan website. A lot of what Microsoft puts up on the web seems quicker and better behaved when you're using IE. (Should that surprise anybody?
I've got the latest version of Opera up on my system. It's very nice, but I don't personally see what all the hoopla is about. It's also a bit of a "paradigm shift" if you're a longtime FF user. Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see enough of an advantage over FF to even think about switching any time soon.
I've tried Safari and: "Dude, I'm like totally
I've declined to try Chrome purely for philosophical and political reasons. I don't really like (or trust) Google very much anymore.