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opera 15 doesn't have bookmark support yet im hoping when they update it will be added so then i will consider switch from 12 to 15 but it is a very nice browser for being still in beta its basiclly opera and chrome in one just better the chrome and faster then opera 12 was

Opera is a newer webkit browser, should be really nice when they finish
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Wait one minute. NSS labs, Microsoft?


http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2009/08/microsoft-sponsors-two-nss-reports-ie8-is-the-most-secure/
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2374309,00.asp


And the kick in the head? Not a single one of those reports have been released or has been verified by other researchers.

Hmmm, going to go with no for 100.
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this is idiotic... it should be reversed around FF and opera are far better then any of the other
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Most secure browser for me is Firefox
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Do you really want to stick to a resource hogging piece of crap ?

I never stick to one Browers, I use about 3 or 4 and alternate all the time.

Yh, my 4670K and 8GB of RAM bow down to Chrome rolleyes.gif

Piece of crap based on what
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Wait one minute. NSS labs, Microsoft?


http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2009/08/microsoft-sponsors-two-nss-reports-ie8-is-the-most-secure/
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2374309,00.asp


And the kick in the head? Not a single one of those reports have been released or has been verified by other researchers.

Hmmm, going to go with no for 100.

Interesting. Seems there are 10 pages of people jumping on bandwagons or freaking out without looking more into this really shady looking website and seeing stuff verified.

For what its worth, here is the NSS full report.

Source is here
https://www.nsslabs.com/reports/2013-browser-security-comparative-analysis-phishing-protection
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