Is Firefox really the best defense against Google's control of the Internet? Or should Mozilla just clean up its own mistakes rather than throwing stones at competitors?
No doubt firefox is best, Google chrome suksss
I went back to Firefox recently because Chrome doesn't allow the use of my favourite plug-ins. It's undeniably a bit slower and tedious with some things I took for granted with Chrome but meh...I can live with it I guess. I used Dolphin browser on my phone and tablets before but somehow they screwed up with my favorite sites and now am using Chrome. It's maybe the best browser on Android yet but some things are just better with Dolphin. But what the heck is wrong with Firefox on android? It's literally CRAP!
Firefox has the plugins I want.
Stop making FF worse with every update and maybe people will stop converting to Chrome. Performance issues aside, FF is still my favorite browser.
FF pissed me off by suddenly changing the way sync works making it impossible to recover my old data. I liked the old UI design as well but now it looks more like Chrome. For now I will be using Chrome until another decent webkit based browser shows up.
funny how mozilla wasnt complaining when everyone was saying stop using IE and use firefox. i guess if mozilla had the monopoly, everything would be fine the way it is. if you make a superior product, people will use it. no better proof then when FF was better than IE, everyone only used IE to download FF.
Stop drinking Coke! - Head of Pepsi.
I Still prefer coke over Pepsi LOL just like Chrome over Firefox
I don't know why I have never really liked chrome I think it maybe because I use Bing for my search and chrome works better with the google stuff. I have found my self moving from browser to browser over the last few years but Since getting IE 11 I have found this one works best for me as I have a WP, Surface 2 and a Windows 8 pc at work so this fits my life the best. I think when all said and done its just personal preference to which browser is the best as they all seem to work well now a day as everyone is now fighting for market share which makes it better for the customer. The only thing I have noticed is in a business world IE 10 & 11 have less issues with web sites than Chrome, Firefox and Opera. But for home use they all seem as good and as bad as each other.
I still like firefox, I just don't like how bloated it is. Yes, it's better than it was before but still, work your shit out Mozilla.
firefox sucks its super slow. Chrome is fast
Firefox is starting to look like Chrome. If it wasn't for the archive of addons I know and love, and Firefox's extensibility, I'd be batting for Chrome. But Chrome is a memory/CPU hog, and that's saying a lot when compared to Firefox.
I'll always tell people to use an alternate like Waterfox or Palemoon because you get all the benefits without the bloat because most of the bad stuff is stripped out.
Chrome is very convenient for me. Apart from its performance, I like how its synchronized with my phone and tablet as well as my PC. The only way I can see people stop using chrome is if google screws up and the browser gets unstable. To help prevent what this engineer predicts from happening, from now on I will not suggest to anyone who is using firefox to switch to chrome but I will continue using chrome until firefox gets some mind blowing feature or chrome gets bloated and stops working.
Opera has gotten alot better recently, for me anyway.
Yep, Opera is under-rated.
Funny, I think IE and Chrome are slow compared to FireFox. I've tweaked my version in about:config to a speed demon, so to each his(edit: own )preference I guess('! ')
Chrome isn't the best, but I have a Chromebook soo..... haha
I use both at the same time. One for he plugins and the other for general purpose. Even internet explorer has its uses. What a tangled web of software we weave, when the net ... Idk ... Imagine some poetic lines here
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