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michaeldale
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Safari on the Mac.

Firefox on the PC mostly.

I dislike just about everything google does, so I avoid their products if possible. The main reason being that they are an advertising company and I hate ads!

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Clevertail
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Safari 6, that’s the one in Mountain Lion.. Right?

Just upgraded yesterday, still getting used to Safari and notification centre…

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martinjamez
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Maxthon is my favorite browser, i am not sure how many of you guys heard about it, but in my experience its the best. It have many features like screen capture, online notepad ( Opera have this same feature), built in video download option, split screen browser mode, switch to IE mode. also i like the Save as image option its useful when we need to take the screen shot of the whole webpage, lots more additional features are there as a designer i am happy with this browser but may be for developers this is not a good choice.

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labpixel
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Chrome. :D

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SubKutz
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I use chrome and firefox. Different browsers have login details for different accounts such as email etc. I just find it easier to work like that.

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KrownThemes
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Firefox. Purely because firebug is ace.
+1 Chrome dev tools don’t even come close to what Firebug and other addons have to offer! :) I agree that sometimes it’s slower, but i can’t work in Chrome, and i do the browsing on my iPad :D
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MihaiMarcuta
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Chrome, clean browsing experience and as someone mentioned above it’s not that crowded.

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Joost
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I use Firefox on my Mac, as I’m addicted to the various addons that are just a tid better supported when using Firefox, in general. The Mac version tends to be comparable to Chrome, if not better, memory-wise. Boot time is slightly worse but I only start it once a day (if at all). Plus, I’m a bit of a fanboy for the red fox and its opensource fundamentals ;) I just like to use a system that when it’s doing something I don’t like, I can easily tweak to my likings.

When I’m at the uni on a Windows system I use a skinned version of Chrome, as I only use it to briefly look up stuff on the web rather than development or anything of the like and I prefer an instant cold start. On a Ubuntu system I use Firefox, as it feels snappier than Chrome and I usually spent longer on a session there anyway (as I use it when developing etc).

Glad to see nobody mentioned it (and how could I expected differently in such a development-oriented community), but remember folks: IE is being mean to me

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aliogul
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Chrome.

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flashedge
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Chrome for browsing. Firefox + Firebug for debugging.

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