Although i gotta say sometimes it does the odd thing almost accidently but maybe thats mine cus it's outdated, but it's FAAAAAAST, the new Ie is alright....Firefox Rest in peace. Safari( Apple )
Not gonna touch. What else have i used....Uh i can't name it...OPERA THeir we go.
isnt bad either.
They all have their place, none of them do everything, and FF and Chrome are horribly insecure (no matter who says what).
I use Chrome! Love It!
Most definitely Chrome!
Mozilla was my preferred before, however; after downloading Chrome, never going back! :3
Toss up between Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
Safari on OS X, Chromium and Epiphany/Web on Ubuntu.
I used Chrome since beta, still use it to this day over any other browser!
obviously Google Chrome. its so far the fastest web browser i've dealt with so far. though it does have its times when the sound just quits for it on youtube, soundhound, and pandora. not sure why though. but still 100% Google Chrome, all the way :D
Went from IE to Opera from Opera to Firefox and now using Chrome and Android Browser
I have used many web browsers my preferred are Firefox and Google Chrome, I have used Internet Explore on sever versions but find it lacking in the level of HTML does not translate quite as well. Opera one I tried because it had an update that let it work well for practicing some web design was a bit of a flop for me based on it having poor web browsing speed. Firefox seems to me to be the best for browsing sites with high level of HTML and Google Chrome works well for allowing me to keep several Google based applications, GDrive Gmail and G+ at an easy level of access.
Personally I use Safari. I tried Chrome when I found that youtube videos were not playing on Safari properly. I wondered how Chrome was doing it while Safari wasn't able to and all my plugins were up to date... As it turns out, when playing a vid, when I looked into the activity monitor, Chrome had opened more instances and was using more resources to play the vid, while Safari was only buffering everything through one instance.
After a week, I found my Safari was able to play the vids with ease. I didn't do anything or change anything to make that happen. But when it did, I removed Chrome and never looked back. On a Windows system, I use Chrome. I think that I might try Firefox on those machines and see if how that works.