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Cryonics says

Only google chrome, only hardcore 8-)

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Farley_Design says

Firefox only.

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TitanicThemes says

Firefox due to some add-ons that i`m addicted to :)

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tsafi says

Firefox for the habit plugins and a true Firebug for real dev that is what i use.

More …. Safari i will never use due to their dictatorship policy.

Chrome- is way to nerdy browser for my taste …not cool for my karma .. :P

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Crakken says

Chrome all the way. Firefox is a memory hog, and is generally slower and buggier than chrome in my experience. Plus chrome has awesome built-in dev tools!

+1 I use Firefox for designing only (firebug). Other than that Chrome remains the best (so fast!) I found this on another thread (posted by Enabled), it may be useful :P :

EDIT : To people saying that they can’t leave Firefox because of add-ons, I never found an add-on on Firefox that I can’t find on Chrome. There are always alternatives.

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s4nji says

Firefox for its add-ons.
Even though I can install most of them on Google Chrome, I just somehow dislike Google Chrome’s GUI . :confused:
Is there any Google Chrome add-on to make its UI pretty much the same to Firefox’s? :D

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Bedros says

Firefox, especially for the add-ons ; I agree that it is really slow sometimes because of the memory issues , but I can’t help it , I use it for everyday browsing and debugging.

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KrownThemes says

There are always alternatives.
Give me a good alternative for FireBug and i’m switching today. Don’t even mention Chrome built in dev tools, because they don’t even come close to FireBug :)
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digitalimpact says


There are always alternatives.
Give me a good alternative for FireBug and i’m switching today. Don’t even mention Chrome built in dev tools, because they don’t even come close to FireBug :)

Same here. Also, don’t say Firebug Lite :)

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kvendrik says

Chrome. Best browser out there in my opinion. ;)

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