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Old 09-18-2012, 03:22 PM   #136
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

I've used firefox for far too long to adapt to Chrome. I've tried to force myself but I always come back.
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Old 09-28-2012, 02:26 AM   #137
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

Chrome.
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

Chrome. Though its kinda annoying how the favorites bar isn't there, you have to go looking for it.
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

chromium.
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

Chrome is the best browser, however Firefox is a very close second
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

I recently switched to Chrome from Firefox. Firefox is a good browser, but I had two problems with it. Both IE and Chrome ask for permission before running Java, while Firefox simply runs it. With many Java vulnerabilities these days, I did not want to risk getting infected because I ran Java unknowingly. Second, for some reason, Firefox was not displaying https images on http webpages.
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I recently switched to Chrome from Firefox. Firefox is a good browser, but I had two problems with it. Both IE and Chrome ask for permission before running Java, while Firefox simply runs it. With many Java vulnerabilities these days, I did not want to risk getting infected because I ran Java unknowingly. Second, for some reason, Firefox was not displaying https images on http webpages.
Firefox only runs Java automatically if you selected an option prior for it to always automatically run Java and Firefox not running hhtps images is again a personal preference that should be able to be resolved.

I personally view comparing the differences between Chrome and Firefox is like comparing the differences in graphics between the PS3 and Xbox360, PS3 has better graphics because it has Blue ray, but the difference is almost invisible.
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Firefox only runs Java automatically if you selected an option prior for it to always automatically run Java and Firefox not running hhtps images is again a personal preference that should be able to be resolved.

I personally view comparing the differences between Chrome and Firefox is like comparing the differences in graphics between the PS3 and Xbox360, PS3 has better graphics because it has Blue ray, but the difference is almost invisible.
I tried searching the internet to solve the https images not running on http problem, but I found no answer that worked. If I searched long enough, I might be able to find an answer, but switching to Chrome is so much faster and easier.

You have to install a plugin like NoScript on Firefox to prevent Java from running automatically. I read somewhere that Firefox will implement the Java protection feature in Firefox 18 or something though. While it is really easy to do, installing more plugins just increases the startup time and decreases the browsing speed. Additionally, you will have to wait for the plugins to be updated before updating Firefox. Again, using Chrome is so much easier because I don't have to worry about installing a plugin to prevent Java from running.
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You have to install a plugin like NoScript on Firefox to prevent Java from running automatically. I read somewhere that Firefox will implement the Java protection feature in Firefox 18 or something though. While it is really easy to do, installing more plugins just increases the startup time and decreases the browsing speed. Additionally, you will have to wait for the plugins to be updated before updating Firefox. Again, using Chrome is so much easier because I don't have to worry about installing a plugin to prevent Java from running.
Ah, well last time I used Firefox it did ask before hand whether to run Java or not, but yeah Chrome is better, it's just I don't see a huge difference between the two, obviously I do see a difference but it isn't usually enough for me to differ between the two.
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

Firefox is better IMO
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

I rather use features and plug-ins. So, my choice is Firefox!
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

Don't use either. I'm on the Internet explorer side.

I'm not that good with Internet, so I go with something simple. And sometimes I use Opera..
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I just recently downloaded Chrome, and I'm trying it out right now as I type this. I've used Firefox for literally years, and I thought I would try out another browser. In your opinion, which is the best browser? Not the best company or update schedule, but literally, what is the best overall browser? I have noticed that Firefox is WAY more customizable, and I can have it not save history without being in Private Browsing/Incognito.
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

I use Chrome since FF and IE are not working very well for me. Chrome does the job!
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Old 11-02-2012, 12:47 AM   #150
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Re: Firefox vs. Chrome

When I had my laptop, I was a browser fanatic. I have to say chrome, it's more user friendly out of the two. But my favourite is opera.
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