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View Poll Results: Which web browser do you mainly use?
Safari 321 44.09%
Firefox 201 27.61%
Chrome 186 25.55%
Opera 13 1.79%
Camino 5 0.69%
Other 2 0.27%
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Which web browser do you use?


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There's a new version of Opera available for download which seems to help speed it up a bit. Otherwise, I much prefer Chrome for speed and ease of use. I'm not a Firefox fan and try to avoid it except when using Linux.
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I'm using Safari. I love the performance and gestures!
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I'm using Chrome.

I actually want to give Safari a go, but I have an Android phone, and I use Chrome on that one as well. Having my bookmarks synced between them, being able to continue what I am doing on phone in the computer (open tabs sync) etc. makes me feel like I won't be using Safari.

However, I read that Mavericks will come with a faster and resource-efficient Safari, so I am tempted to use it.

Do you guys know a way of syncing my Android browser and Safari? That's pretty much why I am still using Chrome.
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I just tried to download Firefox 30 and install it. But when trying to mount the .dmg file, it says "no mountable file systems". I thought there might be something wrong with the file so I tried to download another one from the site. Same message.

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That message appears when the dmg is corrupt or incomplete. Download it again and try. I have Firefox and Safari running but I use Safari more now that I can install AdBlock and other plugins.


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I see this is an old post but here goes. I use Safari 90% of the time on my MBP (2012 model). Works well. Does everything I want. Nothing wrong with Chrome or Firefox. But I think I'll stick with Safari.
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I'm using Chrome most of the time, as Safari 8 is giving me trouble

won't have one !
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