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Poll: Choose a browser
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Mozilla Firefox
38.89%
7 38.89%
Google Chrome
50.00%
9 50.00%
Opera
5.56%
1 5.56%
Internet Explorer
5.56%
1 5.56%
Apple safari
0%
0 0%
Other (please specify)
0%
0 0%
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Poll: What browser do you use?
#21
Good! I just don't want to leave a security hole a mile wide :/ Anyway, let's get back on topic.
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#22
Haha, we were abandoning the topic so hard; from browsers to my server setup. Variation that excites. :p
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#23
I use mozilla firefox, (in past i were using chrome but i prefer firefox)
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#24
Chrome due to it's speed (Firefox is also good when it comes to that), and Firefox for the usage of Java Applets
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#25
(07-25-2015, 01:29 PM)Sh0ck Wrote: Chrome due to it's speed (Firefox is also good when it comes to that), and Firefox for the usage of Java Applets

I don't know why chrome lags for me, but firefox does not.
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#26
well. no one here use another browser instead of google chrome and mozilla firefox.
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#27
google chrome for sour it's pretty fast i love it Cool   Angel
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#28
(07-21-2015, 03:14 PM)lampard Wrote: Why Torch Web Browser is not in list? I think you should add it, its a good browser. I use it too.

Many browsers are build as custom copy of Google Chromium (like Torch, Chrome) or Mozilla Firefox (Iceweasel, Tor browser, etc..). I'm not correctly create poll, I must type "fork-browsers include" in Tabs "Mozilla" and "Chrome"
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#29
The exact thing they do is they use the same rendering engine and add more "features" on top of it.
Chrome - Blink (Fork of Webkit)
Chromium, Opera - Webkit
Firefox - Gecko

Tools like Selenium also exist to automate these rendering engines/"browsers" to create "headless" browsers.

If any change is to made to the poll, there should be something like Firefox derivative or Chrome derivative and similar. I will leave that choice up to the Original Poster of this thread.
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#30
There are also a few other independent projects that have produced text-only browsers. I would love to learn to use Lynx for browsing this forum, for example.
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