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What Internet Browser do you use?


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  1. 1. What internet browser do you use?



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I use Pale Moon (with adblocking and script blocking extensions) for most of my browsing, it's a fork of Firefox that retains the older interface before they tried to copy Chrome and is compatible with all the legacy extensions.

For Google services (gmail and youtube) I use Chrome (with an adblocker naturally) since they're already getting data back from those sites and I don't have to worry about random compatibility issues.

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I use Pale Moon (with adblocking and script blocking extensions) for most of my browsing, it's a fork of Firefox that retains the older interface before they tried to copy Chrome and is compatible with all the legacy extensions.

For Google services (gmail and youtube) I use Chrome (with an adblocker naturally) since they're already getting data back from those sites and I don't have to worry about random compatibility issues.

I used to use Pale Moon a lot, and to be honest I actually have no clue why I switched over to new Opera, but somehow I did, even if it is harder on the system resources than PM.

However, my favourite browser was, is and will be (until such time as someone makes a better one) the OLD Opera, =<12.17 version.

I just miss Presto engine that much. Shame they switched to skinning Chrome instead of making a proper browser :P

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IceDragon. It's a fork of Firefox with some additional security features, and a different design. The only reason I switched to it from Firefox was that my Firefox got some weird virus or something, which opened random ad windows at random intervals. In everything else, IceDragon is pretty much the same.

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All of them. Ok, not all, but all of the major ones. Even IE, which I use for work purposes. Even links, on the rare occasions I'm stuck in a command-line environment. I despise the memory-and-resource-hog Chrome and have stopped using it for every site that isn't run by Google, but I do still use it nearly daily. I tend to default to Firefox or Safari, depending on what I'm doing and where I'm doing it from.

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