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    Default 11 Mar 2010 @ 12.06

    I've always (well, as far back as I can remember!) used Firefox, however 3.5 really doesn't like my primoPDF, and crashes every time I open a PDF which is really starting to bug me.

    So I'm probably going to be changing sometime, not sure if I should go with Chrome or Flock at the mo to be honest, up to now I've only ever used either for testing websites...
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    Default 11 Mar 2010 @ 13.57

    Hi stew, So where do I get the add ons from..? Do I just type into search Chrome Addons..?

    Thanks mate
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    Default 11 Mar 2010 @ 16.33

    why, it's over here young man: https://chrome.google.com/extensions
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    Default 11 Mar 2010 @ 17.40

    Chrome is definitely looking promising. However, Xmarks does not yet have password sync for it. So until then, I'm sticking to FF.
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    Default 11 Mar 2010 @ 17.50

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    What a gentleman you are. Thank you sir
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    Default 2 May 2010 @ 16.43

    As main browser I use Opera, it's fast, works well, and everything you could ever need is in the default install. Firefox tends to get buggy when you have add-ons that don't like each other.


    While developing I use Chrome
    *1, since I often develop in Flex/Flash and Chrome can kill them without crashing.
    *2, because I don't use chrome for anything else, it will stay this fast.


    IE for home banking, because I have no choice
    IE for Quake Live, because I have no choice
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    Default 22 Aug 2013 @ 07.58

    I think, Firebox is best browser. you can use Mozilla Firebug and different ad dons.
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