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sigh the arguement again.... Chrome does have good extensions https://chrome.google.com/webstore?hl=en&category=ext

Look at all of that. Point is moot. Quit arguing
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Who needs more then 2GB of memory and a dual core for gaming?
Those who use a browser that implements multi-processing.
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I flipflop back and forth between FF and Chrome every year or so. Currently using Chrome at work, FF at home. Really like the direction FF is going, aside from the rapid release model, but plugged memory leak, multi-proc, GPU acceleration, 64 bit, combined with the available and forthcoming addons is really nice.
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post #54 of 69
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sigh the arguement again.... Chrome does have good extensions https://chrome.google.com/webstore?hl=en&category=ext

Look at all of that. Point is moot. Quit arguing
Adblock doesn't block flash ads.
Notscript doesn't work on all javascript(some inline still gets through). It also doesn't have any of the other protections that NoScript has such as XSS, clear-click, embeds, etc.
Can't change the user agent.
Can't block referrer.
Redirect removers don't work.
Some userscripts don't work properly.
No way to modify amount of connections or pipelining.
The thousands of UI customization add-ons/tweaks compared to only themes in Chrome.

The simplest difference not related to customization is being able to go back a page and automatically have the page scroll down to the exact location you were at on the page before. I've also lost sessions in Chrome. The only browser that I can trust with hundreds of tabs and sessions reliably is Firefox. When I restore sessions on FF, the history of each individual tab is also restored with it so I can still go back pages as if the browser was never closed.

Chrome is fine. It's definitely no IE. It's just not for tech-savvy people.
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Adblock doesn't block flash ads.
Notscript doesn't work on all javascript(some inline still gets through). It also doesn't have any of the other protections that NoScript has such as XSS, clear-click, embeds, etc.
Can't change the user agent.
Can't block referrer.
Redirect removers don't work.
Some userscripts don't work properly.
No way to modify amount of connections or pipelining.
The thousands of UI customization add-ons/tweaks compared to only themes in Chrome.

The simplest difference not related to customization is being able to go back a page and automatically have the page scroll down to the exact location you were at on the page before. I've also lost sessions in Chrome. The only browser that I can trust with hundreds of tabs and sessions reliably is Firefox. When I restore sessions on FF, the history of each individual tab is also restored with it so I can still go back pages as if the browser was never closed.

Chrome is fine. It's definitely no IE. It's just not for tech-savvy people.
Ad block on Chrome blocks flash ads fine for me :\\

I also don't have any trouble changing my User agent?? Use it all the time when developing.
    
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Ad block on Chrome blocks flash ads fine for me :\\

I also don't have any trouble changing my User agent?? Use it all the time when developing.
Works on some flash videos but not all. Especially non-youtube flash videos.

Maybe it's just the OSX version that gives me trouble. You using stable build? Try http://browserspy.dk/useragent.php to see what I mean.
I tried using User-Agent switcher for Chrome and as the description says:
"The user-agent switcher does not modify HTTP headers because the Chrome Extensions API doesn't yet have a way to change them". Just a Chrome limitation although you might be able to change it with the - user-agent command line argument.
post #57 of 69
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Lmao. The interface is exactly the same. With Firefox 4 they all went with the Chrome look. What are you talking about.
Not necessarily, last I checked Chrome doesn't have an option to do this:


Quote:
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OCN has as many Chrome fanboys as Apple haters. Can't anyone just be glad FireFox is improving and maybe give it a second look? No let's just bash it all over, jeez. I use FireFox at home, Chrome for work, and occasionally Opera. Don't see a problem with any of them.
It's because they look at Peacekeeper results and go "ZOMG PERFORMANCE THAT DOESN'T DO ANYTHING FTW"

It's also kinda ironic as Chromes type of audience is the same type that Apple tend to draw. (People who like small, simplistic but fairly fast stuff.)

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Originally Posted by gsa700 View Post
Well I don't know about netbooks, but I recently put windows xp on a Dell laptop with an 866 Mhz p3 and on that system, chrome is the only usable browser by far. Firefox, which I used for many years, is just slow. And I have never liked IE, so Chrome it is.

I use chrome on my sig rig too as it just seems better all around for me.

All browsers rip off ideas from the others, same with operating systems, IDE's, Image programs, etc.
Ironic, considering you can't even run Chrome without it eating up literally all the RAM on any smaller system unless you open barely any tabs.

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The simplest difference not related to customization is being able to go back a page and automatically have the page scroll down to the exact location you were at on the page before. I've also lost sessions in Chrome. The only browser that I can trust with hundreds of tabs and sessions reliably is Firefox. When I restore sessions on FF, the history of each individual tab is also restored with it so I can still go back pages as if the browser was never closed.
QFT, nice to see I'm not the only one on OCN who has plenty of tabs open all the time.
    
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Not necessarily, last I checked Chrome doesn't have an option to do this:

You mean the option to use ugly icons(which chrome can do) or the option to put the tabs in an unusable, non ergonomic position?

Read this first before replying.

http://www.joelonsoftware.com/uibook/fog0000000249.html

Especially the point of "Users can't control the mouse very well" and hot corners. Why do you think the start menu is bottom right, close is top right and show desktop is bottom right. Or why the apple menu is top left and spotlight is top right? Thought actually went into this. So when you change it your increasing your thought on how to hit tabs because you have to hit it vertical and horizontal as opposed to just horizontal. Why do you think the MacOSX menu is such a good idea? Because you only have to hit it horizontal.

Also the guy said Chromes user interface was ugly compared to Firefox. He had no indication of add ons. If he says Chromes UI is ugly then he needs to say Firefox's UI is ugly considering there 1 in the same.
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i got sick of FF constantly freezing and crashing with multiple tabs so i mainly use Chrome now
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Screw Firefox

I love IE 9 as my main browswer with chrome as a backup.Simple layout,and much faster browsers. and Definately more secure.

Period.
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