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At the moment Google Chrome on 12.04, but it has a strange issue sometimes where it will keep refreshing the page when you press on back.
One Psychiatrist's Definition of Insanity:"Knowing what one should do and doing differently"
All hail the Firefox master race.
Ok, for real. It has tons of extensions that I need and extensions that Chrome has yet to have.
I also use Firefox, don't like the others, except maybe midori and xombrero for very old / low memory machines
i5-2500, Asus p8p67le, 8g ddr3, gtx460. Eeepc 701 4g surf.
chrome/chromium all the way. i am a huge fan of google, i have a great respect for what they are doing for opensource community.
de gustibus et coloribus non est disputandum -- Wiktionary
I was just reading an article on The Register about IBM & their CIO. They've gone away from I.E. and gone to Firefox. I expected corporates to move to Chrome, mega corporations scratching one another's back and all.
On my Xubuntu systems I typically alternate between Firefox and Chrome due to issues with one or the other on some sites, recently however I've been able to use Firefox exclusively without issue; but I find them to be pretty equivalent (depending on what add-ons you want).
On my Puppy Linux systems I use only Seamonkey due to its integrated E-mail utility which saves a bit of space when compared to installing Firefox and Thunderbird separately.
Who's Awesome? You're Awesome.