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Sometimes very fast is all that matters! *
* Read: When your internet is 1 Meg down.
“nearly useless because of all its stupid add-ons” … which you installed yourself
That’s a bit harsh to internet Explorer. I find it very useful for downloading Firefox on new builds.
I don’t even use it for that, I refuse to use it.
I have a flash drive on my key chain with a version Chrome that runs off a flash drive, I use that.
Agree with you on that. Firefox becomes slow because of the loads of addons that you install. Just get the most useful ones and Firefox is a breeze.
Well to tell the truth. No problems with IE and can customize the way I want, Unlike Google chrome and there new policy is really BS. Now I have noticed that all my ads seem to know what I have been serching, Nice (NOT) I feel like I cant surf using google anymore without their all seeing wisdom watching over me. Oh Well JMHO.
We are Google. You will be assimilated.
Opera’s should have been a Swiss knife…but I guess the artist was using only means of transport…
I like Opera’s mouse gestures
Looks like the artist is in love with Chrome. I use both Chrome and Firefox, and they’re quite in par in speed. It’s not the browser’s fault that you install ‘useless addons’,right?
I only use Opera in my mobile phones. Very good compared to built in browsers.
Pretty sure the last browser comparison tests have all shown that Chrome isnt the fastest anymore…
Firefox has been faster than Chrome since the beginning of February 2012
Firefox should have been the car that Homer Simpson designed, The Homer: http://onscreencars.com/tv/the-homer-the-car-built-for-homer/
Love Firefox! I only use Adblock Plus.
Honestly, I’m still stuck between Firefox and Chrome. Chrome was definitely faster for the first few days that I had it, but I’m kind of a hoarder when it comes to having tabs open (I have 35 open right now, even), so that seems to slow down chrome, since I noticed that each tab is apparently it’s own process (that’s what it looks like, anyway), it looks like chrome is taking up more memory than Firefox ever did, even with a bunch of add-ons. I might switch back to Firefox soon, but Chrome seem to only be for people who don’t have a problem with tab closing.
(also, I prefer the scrolling through tabs in Firefox method rather than them constantly shrinking in Chrome)
Im with Gathma
Firefox FTW, chrome use to many memory when having multiple tabs
Dat Cutie Mark.
The poor horse died at the sight of it’s flank.
Seems the maker of this infographic doesn’t like any browser…Ah well, can’t please them all I guess.
my internet is 90 Kb/s down and 0.0065 Kb/s Up. I know, the upload speed is slow.
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