I'm a huge metal fan.
- Aug 29, 2011
Where is Comodo Dragon?
Both are flawed in some way. Chrome has more power under the hood and can get things done faster. But it's also much younger and much glitchier. Some sites might have random problems with it. And sometimes it just gives up trying to load a page, or loads very slowly for no reason. And sometimes it won't stop loading even though all the page is loaded and the stop loading button won't do anything. To top it off its spell check is terrible, Ironic considering that the Google Search's spell check is excellent. You'd think they'd be the same.
In the end, I keep nearly all browsing to Chrome. And I only do one or two things at a time on Firefox, otherwise it goes out of control with the memory leak. And really, any other browsers are just a joke. Chrome and Firefox have their issues, but they beat out all others easily.
Exactly my thoughts. I only use the plugins I am certain are useful but I don't like to have all those plugins and all extra addons. I don't use many anyway. The updates from FF used to be very poor with Windows 7 when I just got it but now it is okay. I used Iron Warez for a while. Great browser tooI used to use Firefox but I though the updates were so unstable and actually ruined my hard drive somehow, so now I just use Safari, I don't really need all those plugins