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Thread: Favorite Web Browser

  1. #1

    Favorite Web Browser

    I'm just curious what everyone is using. I've been playing around with many different browsers the past 6 months and i've found Firefox to be the best for me. What do you use and what features do you like about it that aren't in another browser?
    \"I have not failed. I\'ve just found 10,000 ways that won\'t work.\" - Albert Einstein

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2004
    depends what I'm doing.

    If I'm using the corporate intranet I use IE because that is the corporate standard and certain pages/apps only work in IE.

    For normal web stuff at work I use Mozilla.

    At home, IE - because that's what my wife is used to and I'm too lazy to load up Mozilla and convince her to use it.

  3. #3
    Senior Member DeadAddict's Avatar
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    Jun 2003
    For me it depends on which box I am currently on
    Windows IE 6 with the google tool bar popup blocker, quick searches Etc
    Linux - Mozilla 1.7 Multi tabbed browsing for multiple web pages, popup blocker
    Linux - Fire fox 0.9 same reasons as mozilla

  4. #4
    Senior Member
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    Jun 2004
    I use both IE and FireFox. At one point I was using Opera/IE/Firefox/Netscape however I have moved soley to Firefox and then for certain corp stuff I use IE.

    If I was to give advise on a browser I would say go with FireFox and for Corp IE (what I do )

    - MilitantEidolon
    Yeah thats right........I said It!

    Ultimately everyone will have their own opinion--this is mine.

  5. #5
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    Feb 2004
    Another vote for Firefox from me. I think the best features are tabbed browsing and popup blocker (yes, I know that IE blocks up popups too). Every once in a while I'll use IE if a page isn't loading properly in Firefox... But that is pretty rarely.

    BTW, this has been done before... But it's not a big deal.


  6. #6
    Ditto, plus Firefox just looks cooler.

  7. #7
    Yeah, i really like firefox, it's been treating me well. I have found that mozilla products and opera don't work as well under corporate environments like everyone has been saying so IE is the choice in the workplace but for home use Firefox is definitely my favorite.
    \"I have not failed. I\'ve just found 10,000 ways that won\'t work.\" - Albert Einstein

  8. #8
    Oh, and sorry if this has been done before, i couldn't find it in the archives and was just curious.
    \"I have not failed. I\'ve just found 10,000 ways that won\'t work.\" - Albert Einstein

  9. #9
    Where's an option for SlimBrowser !?

    # Multiple site browser based on tab-page interface
    # Seamless integration with AI RoboForm FormFiller/Password Manager
    # Built-in Popup Killer based on intelligent identification and pre-defined filtering
    Site windows killed by mistake are FULLY RECOVERABLE
    # Ability to turn on/off Flash Animation
    # Built-in web form spell checker.
    # Universal URL Filter: Block ad banners, flash animations, iframes or any components within any web pages by URL patterns.
    # Built-in RSS News Rendering Engine. Now you can read RSS news directly inside SlimBrowser without additional RSS Reader software.
    # ActiveX Filter: block obtrusive dialogs prompting you to install unsafe ActiveX controls.
    # Convenient access to major search engines by Quick-Search Bar
    # Seamless integration of most Internet Explorer toolbars
    # ScriptPad: Built-in VBScript/Jscript/HTML/Text editor. View screenshot.
    # Hidden Sites : hide and show a site at users' request
    # Skinned window frame.
    # Free-zooming of any web page.
    # AutoLogin: automatically connect and log into specified website with just one click.
    # Seamless integration with online translation engine and dictionaries
    # Ability to suppress script error message dialog
    # Site Group: Open and save a collection of sites as a group
    # Flexible control of startup actions
    # URL Alias: Type short alias instead long URL.


    Second one (which i vote for too cuz there is no SB otion is firefox ! )

  10. #10
    Awesome. I am always up for trying out a new browser. Thanks for the info.
    \"I have not failed. I\'ve just found 10,000 ways that won\'t work.\" - Albert Einstein

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