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Browser for internet..

 
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which browser you are using for internet?
a. internet explorer
b. firefox
c. google chrome
d. netscape
e. others
 
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Safari, occasionally supplanted by Firefox.

Your list is oddly out of date. No one even keeps statistics for Netscape anymore, yet you don't list Opera or Safari.
[ November 11, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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I use Lynx. I don't have to worry about misplaced pr0n ads or any of that nasty flash. It runs great on my Packard Bell 486SX.
 
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I don't use the internet. Much too busy.
 
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Firefox 3, on Ubuntu 8.04 and on Windows.

If you have experience with developing web applications, you'd know how horrible Internet Explorer really is...
 
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Firefox dude o/
 
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Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:
It runs great on my Packard Bell 486SX.



CompUSA roxors!!!
 
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Safari!

(IE at work )
 
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IE6
 
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Chrome and FF
 
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SeaMonkey and telnet on occasions.
 
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Chrome: To browse Google sites (Gmail, Reader, Blogger etc)
Firefox: Almost everything except when using Chrome.
Safari: When browsing from my iPhone
Internet Explorer: For the sites that doesn't work with Firefox (or other browsers).
Lynx: When I don't want others to know that I'm browsing!
 
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After Safari, Camino is a nice alternative.
 
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Ranchers are so different from rest of the world .

The % usage of IE/Firefox/google chrome/netscape/others in the ranch is nowhere comparable with rest of the world.
 
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