@TheLivingSpirit and @calebstein:
Good posts about what you like and dislike about the browsers. Much more useful than just claiming that your choice of browser is better.
@P_R: It is a matter of ego.
That said, typically I take the same point-of-view you have taken: To each his own. However, I really despise fanboyism.
Like, for instance, would you like to give up your bookmarks bar right now, and replace it with Speed Dial?
Also, I have to disagree with you on the speed and extensibility.
Personally, i have gone off firefox, i use Chrome for everything now, simply because firefox seems to just become more and more bloated and slow with every update. The firefox i remember was fast, but over the years it just became slower and slower.
It's a Shame really, since Firefox is probably one of the oldest and most supported as well as being the most extensible and customizable Browsers going.
But I use Chrome and Chromium due to it's speed and it's lightness. Also now it is becoming just as extensible as FF, in fact i no longer see any reason to go back now.
Off topic: "What is the sum of 2 + 1"… Don't insult me.
I still use firefox every now and then although I veered away from it as my main browser because of back to back updates to fix vulnerabilities. Kinda made the selling point of being a safer browser moot. Besides that, I couldn't use it to my liking without adding a few addons, which I somehow despise because of an added security vector to plug.
I don't really care much about page loading speed or rendering graphics and video etc since with a slow dsl speed of 1mbps and cleared cache, every darn page loads slow regardless of which browser I use. What is important to me is to have a browser which I just install, run, customize a bit and does what I need out of it.
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