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    To be honest, I used to switch between FF and Chrome a lot. I found that videos loaded so much quicker on FF for some reason, and required less updates.

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    FF uses a lot less resources.

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    Chrome > all.

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    Yeah I'll side with Firefox on this one. It seems to crash far less than Chrome

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    I switch between Chrome and Firefox at work, but I'm fully on the Chrome bandwagon when it comes to my personal life. I have the app on all my mobile devices, and it is the one I use on my home PC as well.

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    I just installed a new browser called Epic Privacy browser. This one has a built-in VPN and total privacy on any website you visit, at least that's what it claims. It is quite fast and I like the idea that I am anonymous if I want to be. You can select from ten countries/location to fake your IP address. But I did have an issue with it when tried to register on a website because it didn't show the captcha bit; however, this could be my bad cos maybe I need to allow a setting. I would never use Edge or IE though. I mostly use Chrome and Firefox otherwise.

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    Beside Epic Privacy, there is another interesting browser that has a better level of privacy: SRware Iron. It is based on the free sourcecode of Chromium - without any hassles concerning privacy and security, that exist in Chrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by al.waits View Post
    I switch between Chrome and Firefox at work, but I'm fully on the Chrome bandwagon when it comes to my personal life. I have the app on all my mobile devices, and it is the one I use for my home PC assistance as well.
    I fully support and share that view! Chrome is the most suitable for my personal needs because itís really fast, user-friendly, and has a lot of extensions that fit for proofreading and academic papers writing and other freelance assignments. As I work from home, there is no need to switch to other browser

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