StatCounter has released its November 2011 web browser market share report, showing that Chrome has inched its way past Firefox.
Not surprising to me. I use Chrome and will continue to do so until they pull a microsoft and start sucking.
IE9 doesn't really suck man.. They addressed all the issues that were in the previous iterations and it's much faster now. If IE10 has decent extension support I think I'll switch to it
I still suffer with Firefox. Damn the loyalty.
I switch between them usually use firefox for stumble upon cant deal with chromes version hate the toolbar not seamless life firefox
I couldn't figure out how to import my bookmarks into Chrome so I gave up on it. The instructions told me to click on things that weren't even there and I wasn't going to spends my night trying to figure it out.
Whilst Chrome has decent extension support, I much prefer Firefox's addons.
I think this is the reason why Firefox still holds me put.
I would use Chrome, but so many older sites don't support it so I am trying to transition to Firefox. And the addons are better on Firefox.
its all about addons , and FireFox has the best atm.
Chrome is amazing..
left firefox because my computer was shitty and it was using 500mb, wtf?! went to chrome and never looked back, at most it uses 300mb :/
Weird I've never gotten Firefox over 300mb ever and I've had it running for weeks. I prefer Firefox...google chrome is basically it's son anyway.
How much RAM do you have? and lucky you...sometimes mine goes up to 1.5GB if I leave it open too long (as in weeks as well).
Firefox has various memory leaks. I find it unlikely that you keep yours running for "weeks" without interruption, and still have it using 300MB at most.
i use opera, imo it is the easiest to use. only downside is not as many sites support it and when that happens i just use IE
As I easily get bored or have ADHD.. I use both.. Chrome for regular browsing though.. for add-ons/ext. FF. Chrome's snappier for my regular use moving tabs and starting up. And looks so much cleaner as well.
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