TFP: It’s that time of the month again. Statcounter has released its browser market share results for July 2012.
The detailed breakdown paints a totally different picture. Don't know why they are only showing this now.
Go Chrome! I'm surprised that it's overtaken IE and Firefox so quickly, but honestly, it is a great browser, although Firefox still has some of the best add-ons available for browsers.
I hope google fiber takes over time warner even quicker!
The Best Web browser just keeps getting better , Chrome is faster and more easy to work with , while in office and other firms people consider IE because of security concerns . For Home users Chrome is the ultimate choice .
... and it has everything I need, cause you don't have to download extra stuff for it, and you can just customize it how you want it and have the ideal browser fitted exactly how you want to use it. I'm sure Chrome might be a bit faster, or has better compatibility, but I just didn't like the whole lay-out. Maybe you can change all that. Maybe you can download extra stuff and add it. Point is, I don't want to go through all the trouble of downloading extra stuff and fitting it into my browser.
Unless Chrome uses NoScript and not...
chrome for me worked fine for a month then just decided to throw error messages everywhere removed re-downloaded it same thing happened again gone back to IE and FIREFOX now
Firefox used to be an awesome browser but now it gives me the shits. If I use it for any more than an hour at a time, it begins to slow down to a snails pace, Flash crashes on it and the memory leaks are worse than a John's manhood after a trip to a hooker. I'm in the process of switching to Chrome but out of habit formed over the last few years, I keep finding myself in Firefox...which...is exactly what I'm on right now...***facepalm*** Maybe I should just uninstall it.
Or maybe you should install firefox Nightly or update your computer. Whoever the **** trusts google with anything they do on the net are some baggers I don;t care to meet. After a few months Firefox will be up to speed again. Nightly, which is the experimental build, is far beyond the normal release version and has already solved tons of memory leaks and bugs. Sure, it's buggy at times but I barely even notice for an experimental build. You can DL Aurora or the beta if you have other problems. **** chrome. Firefox 5 plus LOL. I am on the Firefox Nightly 17 build lmao. Whoever the **** is still using 5 needs to get with the ****ing program. Good god that is like ancient history. Heck, even the current totally stable 14 build is pretty ancient as they have made some serious strides with their memory management.
Soooo...You don't like Google or Chrome then? Can I extend a you a virtual hug? You seem upset. I used to love FF and yes I have 14(not sure where you got 5 from) installed on my system but it's hardly what you can call a 'Totally stable build'.
And the D-bag of the month award goes to...
Used to be a firefox head. Now i use chrome. There are still some things i prefer about firefox but if i leave pages open and leave the laptop trust me that fans kicking in without anything doing.
i still prefer opera lol been using it for ages
I used to. The fact that I had to keep an icon for Firefox readily available for anything Silverlight related put the nail in Opera's coffin for me. I still prefer Wand over Firefox's method of managing my passwords, but I'm tired of having to use two browsers when I can just throw in some addons for Firefox and have it do everything that Opera did that I loved so much.
yeah i could see that, i keep ie9 on the side for the same reason lol
Still Firefox for me. I can't stand IE and I find Firefox's search bar where you can add search engines to be the best thing ever. People who complain about memory leaks in FF must have around 20+ tabs open at a time. Most I ever has open is around 5 or 6 otherwise the clutter drives me insane! I also don't like Googles data gathering policies so I like to keep open source.
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