Anyone that is using firefox might want to give this one a try too. I've been using it for a couple of days and love it. It seems to be much faster than FF3 and has a number of cool little features built right in. You still have the tabs and book marks and everything.... on of the cool things is "incognito". Where when you open a page incognito, it will not record anything in your history or passwords or anything typed.
So Scout, you can you it to visit those sites you like so much and not risk getting caught.
I liked it, but you cannot click your mouse wheel and page down fast like with other browsers. May be minuscule, but that was a deal breaker for me. The arrows and slider on the right of the screen are SO 2 years ago...
Was going to start a new thread, but found this...
i been a avid Firefox user for almost 5 years (I think?)
And I just started on Google chrome last few days after a friend told me about it.
I posted in another thread I like Safari as my back up, as I tried Chrome before and was less than pleased. But I gotta say they seem to have gotten their stuff together as of late and is really worth a looksey.
I tried Chrome for about 3 months. I had some connectivity issues and linked it back to the browser. I uninstalled it and haven't had issues since. I went back to Firefox. I've talked to a few other people that had the same issues.
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