Opera is the best with Chrome closely behind it.
Anyone has any references on the torch browser? I found it a while back and I like that it has a torrent download feature included but how exactly does it compare to other browsers? Cnet would tell me its just adequate at the moment but first hand experiences are always helpful.
I still use Firefox but it seems Chrome is more popular these days. Chrome seems to be the faster browser but Firefox is more stable, we actually had some problems with Chrome browsers on this site. I guess I'll stick to Firefox until major Chrome problems are fixed and I can fully customize it according to my needs.
Chrome is no doubt faster, but I prefer Firefox because of customization.
But Chrome gets a hi5 for giving Gary BSoD. :derp
My Firefox was acting up a while ago. I didn't know why but it often stopped loading/working for some minutes and then got normal again. That was the first since I used Firefox when I first knew internet. Never happened with Chrome, but I still prefer Firefox anyway. It's simple and easy. Not that Chrome isn't, but I'm just used to it already. :P
Ever since I tried Opera I've been using it as my primary browser. It's fast and most of the tools I needed are already integrated into the browser (eg: mail client, notes, dragonfly). It doesn't have the same amount of addons like what Mozilla has but I can live with that.
Of course I keep other browsers as well for testing purposes: chrome, firefox, safari and IE. It would seem chrome has replaced firefox as the top browser of choice now.
I used to be a long time Firefox user but I switched into Chrome around early last year. I did not customize my Firefox that much, so I always think that Chrome's simplicity is preferable for me personally. Besides, my personal experience says that Chrome is faster; it does not take a long time for the apps to open, and it rarely slows down when it opens a heavy-content website.
I think most people would agree that Chrome is fast, faster than Minato even. :teehee
Also, a picture that I thought was inappropriate for this thread.
But for the love of god, why is there still no disable gif animation function. Firefox had that since 3.0 (which I've been spoiled by). FFS, even Google's stock Android browser has the option to disable.
I have been using Firefox for years now. For few months, I tried Chrome as well but I find Firefox somehow more complete. It must be more about being used to it. In terms of performance, I was playing few zynga games and Chrome was my primary source. However, it wasn't a good experience. Those games run better on Firefox. At least, Firefox showed more stability. Chrome crashed a number of times.
I use Firefox I tested Chrome and it is faster but I don't like its omnibox.