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What Web Browser Do You Use?

Your Browser of Choice?


  • Total voters
    235

Sean

Administrator
Staff member
Sep 15, 2005
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Just out of interest, what is the most common browser on these forums.

Personally I use Opera and I have been using it for a few years now. Just doesn't get any better.
 

Craven

The trequartista
Oct 4, 2005
1,763
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0
Mozilla, hate it but i've grown used to using it. I did have Avant Browser for a while and I was impressed with that.
 

Murali

Member
Sep 28, 2005
412
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33
I agree wiht gregstar, altho i use mozillla but when some low security stuff i use IE.
 

Lloyd

Member
Sep 17, 2005
1,059
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31
I use IE because it came on my PC, and dont know where to get any others, but i have AOL internet so i just use that mainly.
 

Lee

Administrator
Sep 15, 2005
8,651
0
36
34
Click the names in the poll if you want to know where to get the others from.
 

Grant

Member
Sep 22, 2005
787
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0
FireFox. IE is **** and I like how you can put your favourites just above the webpage bit and just click a button instead of openin the sidebar etc.
 

Grant

Member
Sep 22, 2005
787
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0
Are you sure about IE. I mean when your fabourites are just buttons under the address bar.
 

Lee

Administrator
Sep 15, 2005
8,651
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Firefox itself is barely any better than Internet Explorer. It's the Extensions that make it what it is.
 

Craven

The trequartista
Oct 4, 2005
1,763
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Found this a while back and it helps firefox's performance alot.

I found this tutorial! Its Great! It Speeds Up Firefox By Upto 3 Times!

How To Do It!

First type "about:config" in your toolbar.
Then, search for :

- network.http.pipelining
- network.http.proxy.pipelining

Set them to "True"

After that, search for :

- network.http.pipelining.maxrequests

Change the value for 25~40. This determines how many requests firefox will send.

Now, Right+Click anywhere and select New>Integer.
Name it "nglayout.initialpaint.delay" and put "0" for the value.

Now your Firefox should be ALOT faster!
Ja.
 
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