Originally Posted by dham;14327232
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?.
Entirely your opinion, some people don't like change or prefer it that way (That said, I prefer it up top) because there's a bit more room for them.
And ugly icons? I think they're quite good personally.
Originally Posted by Danker16;14327376
i got sick of FF constantly freezing and crashing with multiple tabs so i mainly use Chrome now
FF has never crashed or froze for me with multiple tabs, I run many (In the 50s usually) tabs at once in both Chrome and Firefox, Chrome tends to lose all of the real-world speed it has with plenty of tabs open and not to mention, has a horrid way of showing them. (At least show the icons, how else am I meant to see which tab is which..?)
And for me Chrome randomly gets a bug where all tabs relating to a certain site lag like crazy while I load more than 3 pages relating to that site until all the pages are loaded, it's not just my rig either, computers at my university do too. (Core i5 661s with Spinpoint F3 500GB HDDs, not exactly slouches)
Originally Posted by Eduardv;14327444
I love IE 9 as my main browswer with chrome as a backup.Simple layout,and much faster browsers. and Definately more secure.
Faster? I love how you can tell a difference when it's literally impossible, not to mention they all have the same layout stock...And secure? Apart from Sandboxing with Chrome, Firefox wins in that regard in every way. (NoScript > NotScripts by far.