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firefox, for customization options (specially if you use SSD), plus its non profit biggrin.gif

for me personally, the nonprofit part makes it the best choice for me

^This, I completely agree
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post #22 of 24
Chrome. Fast, simple UI, and has the one and only extension I need: Adblock. Plus I don't need to worry about updating flash, as it's integrated with every Chrome release
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I use Internet Explorer 9 mainly because it means no additional software on my computer. Although others are designing websites that works specifically for one browser only e.g. a website requires me to use Google Chrome to be able to use their voting system properly. Other then that, I see no need to use a diffrent browser.
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People are very passionate about their web browsers, lol. Chrome of firefox are best, really just a matter of preference for whatever reason. I've just become so used to chrome.

The differences in speed are really negligible. But for a really detailed comparison, toms hardware has you covered...

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/macbook-air-chrome-16-firefox-9-benchmark,3108.html
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