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Browsers and how I use them – A Comparison

Comparison of Browsers

I am a Windows user primarily and there are multiple web browser options available. I have four of them installed: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, and Microsoft Internet Explorer. It sounds strange that I use all of them right? Well, mostly they help to organize browsing themes, and in some cases I am forced to use them. Here's how I use all these browsers.

  • Mozilla Firefox
    I use Firefox for web development and general browsing. There is no browser that can replace Firefox when it comes to web development - none. Also with its thousands of useful extensions, it remains my most favorite browser of all. I recommend Firefox to everyone.
  • Google Chrome
    I use many of Google's services apart from search, so I use Chrome for all Google related stuff. I heard something like they collect user behavior and stuff, so let them collect all my Google related behavior as much as they want.
  • Opera
    Opera is a very very innovative browser. Probably the most innovative of them all. But, the developer tools and plugins lose to Firefox. So I use Opera for stuff that need a separate 'space', or if my Firedfox tabs start to get cluttered.
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
    I use Internet Explorer for downloading Firefox, if I don't have the installer already. As a web developer, I DETEST it for it's done to my life. I preach against IE whenever possible and recommend everyone doing the same.

So that's about me and my browsers. What browsers have you got installed and how do you use them?

One Response to “Browsers and how I use them – A Comparison”

  1. Wahid says:

    I use Firefox, but youtube videos are slow in FF but faster in Chrome.

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