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What browser do you use

Your browser

  • Internet Explorer

    Votes: 42 14.9%
  • Mozilla Firefox

    Votes: 195 69.1%
  • Safari

    Votes: 36 12.8%
  • Opera

    Votes: 27 9.6%
  • Google Chrome

    Votes: 60 21.3%

  • Total voters
    282

Chomby

Chimichangas Chimichangas Chimichangas Chimichanga
Of course most of you guys use Firefox. Of course you do. Lol
 

Raever

Chaotic Neutral Wreckage
I'm surprised at how many use Firefox.
Though I guess I shouldn't be.

I use Chrome - but I'm not sure if I should switch to Firefox given what someone said about rendering...? Could this be explained more?
 
I'm surprised at how many use Firefox.
Though I guess I shouldn't be.

I use Chrome - but I'm not sure if I should switch to Firefox given what someone said about rendering...? Could this be explained more?
Might be worth considering the thread was created back in 2009 and most of the votes and replies are from that time. I am positive a lot of people still use Firefox today but I am not sure the poll numbers would quite be the same today, possibly a lot of opinions that could change in over 10 years too.

I use Vivaldi myself, gladly advise people to check it out. Several years back I used both Firefox and Chrome, but once I tried out Vivaldi I've not looked back c:
 

Matt the Terrier

Swing the Mood! =3
Yeah, I totally use Netscape! XD
 
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Deleted member 82554

Guest
Chrome on my Chrome OS tablet (it just makes sense, full browser and touch optimised)

Samsung Internet on Android (intuitive UI, best unified dark theme support and plugins)

Chrome on PC (it's better than Firefox now)
 
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Deleted member 134556

Guest
I currently use Microsoft Edge because it works well with my computer
 

Yakamaru

Level 32 Knight
Pale Moon.
 

MadKiyo

Imma bat in yer rafters
Opera, fast and works well, and I have my suspicions about Edge and Chrome.
 

anonfoxer

trans girl, arctic fox, dingus.
Legitimately using Opera GX more now. If Chrome goes through with their update of removing details in the address bar I'm switching over to either it or Firefox completely
 

Firuthi Dragovic

Gamer Dragon, former speedrunner
Computer uses Firefox, tablet uses the built-in Samsung browser.

Phone uses DuckDuckGo - funny story is that started because a site I visited a lot at the time was suddenly, on both Chrome and Samsung browsers, redirecting me to a spam site. Switching browsers DIDN'T actually solve that, turns out the site got hijacked and was fixed on its own a few days later.
 

rekcerW

Well-Known Member
i've loved f/f since it was still a big contender just because it was a good browser. now it's still a pretty good browser, and it makes me feel more furry so fuck everybody.
 
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Deleted member 82554

Guest
it makes me feel more furry
How furry, this furry?

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Kailirian

Member
In desktop: Firefox.
In Android devices: Google Chrome
I used to be a chrome user in my Pc too, but it was a slow and old computer, and ff was little bit faster. I could go back to use Chrome again but just got used to it and prefer it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 

moss235

Member
I use Firefox too ^^

Maybe a little off topic but since the topic of privacy is coming up, I also want to share the extensions I use that help with tracking/ads, I'd recommend all of them:
- Privacy Badger (another web browsing furry icon?) -- blocks trackers, and learns new ones based on what patterns it sees on the pages you visit
- HTTPS Everywhere -- forces encrypted connections whenever possible, and can warn you when you're visiting a site without encryption
- DuckDuckGo -- gives you a quick letter-grade rating of the privacy practices for the site you're currently visiting, and blocks some trackers too
- uBlock Origin -- all-around good ad blocker

I also use Vimium which gives vim-like navigation in the browser, but it's not related to privacy, just a cool extension if you know how to use vim already.
 
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