firefox on everything for now
but if google chrome handles flash web streams better when the new NFL season starts I’ll switch to it since all firefox major add-ons have a port for chrome.
It’s good to see that everyone here is using a modern browser. It seems like Firefox and Chrome are the most common browsers.
It’s ironic that Microsoft, a multi billion dollar company can’t even build a decent browser especially with the launch of Bing and marketing, a decent browser you’d think is an important part of that market.
Someone also posted a useful website “Spoon.net” to test on older browsers, thanks a lot, very helpful for testing.
It’s important to have an idea of what browser the average user has:
EDIT : It would be interesting to see what kind of websites the IE6 users are visiting (other than child pornography and stuff like that, that i suspect IE6 users like).
webkit for dev and safari 5 for everything else(even tho there pretty much the same)
Firefox – because it’s good for the eyes
Chrome – fast loaded
Chrome when browsing, but everything else when coding/testing.