Chrome because it's by far the best. But also because I use a lot of Google based docs for work and it easily syncs with my home computer and my phone.
I use Chrome because it's faster than everything out there (switched from Firefox a couple of years ago). I still use Firefox for work because both my work and personal email are Gmail, and I've had issues with having multiple accounts open in Chrome before. I'm also a huge fan of the apps on the "new tab" page on Chrome.
I use Dolphin on my phone because I have a Android 2.3.3 phone, and Chrome requires Android 4.0+. Dolphin is great for mobile browsing, and is way better than the Firefox mobile browser.
Had no idea Chrome was this popular. Though I also have Chrome installed, I usually use Firefox and have been using it since way back when it was called Firebird. I've had no real reason to switch as I don't see a speed difference between the two and don't really use any of the advanced features of either. In the end though, it really doesn't matter as they are both great browsers. And yes, Firefox has an incognito mode as well.
For those of you on Chrome, try out the Disconnect add on. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...fhpjdfeo?hl=en
Youll thank me. I think it might be out for firefox too.
Using FireFox on Ubuntu at home and IE at work (IT polilcy). When I looked at Chrome quite awhile ago, there wasn't a plug-in like DownloadHelper for capturing streaming video, so I didn't look at it much further. I really don't have any problems with FireFox, so I haven't gone back to check out Chrome.
This is my favorite thread of the week. Maybe even of the month. Just masterful comedy from the OP.
Chrome - flash is integrated within the browser and not just an add-on. This makes it so I don't have flash crashing on me all of the time.
Seems to be the quickest for me as well.
Ubuntu and Firefox because I value my privacy and refuse to let any company, especially Microsoft, Google, and/or Apple, control my computer. Also, viruses and trojans have been other people's problems the last three years.
And for those of you who think that Netscape is actually dead...it isn't.
(although it doesn't work very well)...
Didn't AOL buy Netscape years ago? Netscape used to be an open source browser.
I primarily use chrome. But I have issues with it on a seemingly daily basis, and when chrome starts acting up I open up internet explorer usually. Though occasionally I will run Opera or Firefox.
Chromes best feature is the multiple device sync. But the biggest reason I use chrome is it has the cleanest layout and user interface. However, I am no longer impressed with Chrome's speed or reliability.