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I don't even remember posting this

I remember you posting it. This was way back when the fact that Chrome was still in beta wasn't a joke, and it sucked back then because it didn't have middle mouse scroll.
    
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... Chrome does have middle button-click scrolling now. edit: Errrr ignore me lol.
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Sooooooo is the SRware Iron still a better browser than chrome? because I am using chrome right now and want to know the pros and cons of the two.
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Sooooooo is the SRware Iron still a better browser than chrome? because I am using chrome right now and want to know the pros and cons of the two.
Try it out and see for yourself.
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Try it out and see for yourself.
Very helpful post.

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Sooooooo is the SRware Iron still a better browser than chrome? because I am using chrome right now and want to know the pros and cons of the two.
Comparing the two, I really didn't see any difference. Pages loaded more or less at the same speed. Layouts are completely alike.
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Comparing the two, I really didn't see any difference. Pages loaded more or less at the same speed. Layouts are completely alike.
Agreed

its like comparing firefox and flock different browsers but using the same engine.
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SWare Iron is Chrome without Google's info collection.
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