I think you missed my point entirely. b3machi7ke was upset because he thought I implied that if you use IE you are automatically a noob, 100% of the time, all cases, no exception. So, I had to correct that.
You don't have to register an account to use Chrome.
In any case, I prefer FF over Chrome for its superior adblocking, for one. With Chrome the ad-"block" addons just hide the ad elements instead of actually blocking them, as you'd expect with a browser made by a company that derives a majority of its revenue from ads.
I tried other browsers too and as with all open source software, it generally lacks the consistent quality and support response commercial software vendors are able to provide. Opensource and it's browsers are primarily play stuff for the tech savvy and their surroundings.
Tech support for a browser? What?
"Consistent quality"...what in the world are you on about?
As to Open Source not providing the quality and support response? Come on, go look at the information out there. IE suffers from more major flaws than the other big browsers, and Microsoft are slower to fix them. FOSS has been shown time and time again to be better with regards to security and patching speed - see Apache for the prime example. A large community is generally better than a company, however large, at supporting a product, and security through many eyes holds the same benefits over security through obscurity.
Good grief, this.