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    Best browser (Browser War 2)

    Which is the best browser out there?

    One more attempt to answer it, this time by Toms Hardware. I found the test to be rather comprehensive. I am not name to give the winner here. It's better you read and decide (although there is a conclusion which names the winner).


    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ri-5,2680.html


    Well i'm proud to say this:

    OPERA RULES !
    Parth Maniar,
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    Hmmmmmmm......................

    Toms Hardware


    Do you know the difference between "hardware" and "software"



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    Lol, I just finished reading this. Who's really shocked here?

    To the people who've been telling me off and online that Chrome is like totally awesome and super fast and I should use it instead of Opera.... Hahahaha.

    I like how Safari couldn't even MANAGE some of the tests that the others did. And of course, listening to how Internet Explorer is so much better than it was and can compete with anything else out there, lol, they came in so bad they got lapped.
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    </ SNIP> edited because i really should think before i post. Sometimes my attitude get's the better of me. YIKES!!!
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    A sissy browser? You running Netcat or Links to view WWW traffic? Besides, if Market Share mattered people wouldn't think much of FreeBSD, or Linux for that matter.
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    the truth remains, that anything that comes out of tomshardware is 99&#37; bullshit and 1% truth.

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    I've deleted the rest, as it probably wasn't appropriate.

    HYBR|D...
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    I don't like browsers. To me, they all have major annoyances... Which I have stated previously in the other 15 'My browser can pee further than yours' threads.
    \"Those of us that had been up all night were in no mood for coffee and donuts, we wanted strong drink.\"

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    Quote Originally Posted by westin View Post
    I don't like browsers. To me, they all have major annoyances... Which I have stated previously in the other 15 'My browser can pee further than yours' threads.
    Oh, well, if you're talking about distance of piss I'd go with The other two versions of Internet Explorer, that thing leaked enough that it would probably go farther.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gore View Post
    Oh, well, if you're talking about distance of piss I'd go with The other two versions of Internet Explorer, that thing leaked enough that it would probably go farther.
    Fair enough. :-P
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    Man I didnt visit AO for few days after posting this but what did you write hybird ? Never thought this would go so far in few days !
    Parth Maniar,
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