View Single Post
Old 07-01-2010, 10:16 AM   #5
omk3
Wizard
omk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five wordsomk3 can name that ebook in five words
 
omk3's Avatar
 
Posts: 1,454
Karma: 37243
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Europe
Device: pocketbook 360, kindle 4
Quote:
Originally Posted by Moejoe View Post
Firefox predominantly. Have used Chrome (on all platforms) but it's...I don't know, there's something about it that doesn't work for me after a little while. Opera is good, but the fonts look horrible in Ubuntu, even with the fixes applied. Safari is a 'meh' experience on windows, but much better in OSX. I've also used Midori on Ubuntu but it crashed a lot. IE in all iterations is a bad joke carried on far too long.

I stick with Firefox because of adblock, no-script and web developer tools. It also 'feels' solid compared to everything else. I've pretty much stopped using Google products, barring their search (which is still the best). My cessation is a mixture of unease at their dominance and just, well, I don't need most of their services.
Yes, that's what worries me too. Maybe I'm liking chrome because I've been using it for all of 15 minutes, and it's the attraction of the brand new. I'm feeling little pangs of guilt towards firefox already...
omk3 is offline   Reply With Quote