Favorite browser - 2014

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What is your favorite computer browser of 2014

Poll closed Dec 30, 2014.
  1. Google Chrome

    78 vote(s)
    29.5%
  2. Chromium

    10 vote(s)
    3.8%
  3. Mozilla Firefox

    115 vote(s)
    43.6%
  4. Internet Explorer

    25 vote(s)
    9.5%
  5. Maxthon

    8 vote(s)
    3.0%
  6. Avant

    2 vote(s)
    0.8%
  7. Opera

    28 vote(s)
    10.6%
  8. Safari

    2 vote(s)
    0.8%
  9. Seamonkey

    8 vote(s)
    3.0%
  10. Other Chrome Derivative

    13 vote(s)
    4.9%
  11. Other FF Derivative

    37 vote(s)
    14.0%
  12. Other IE Derivative

    1 vote(s)
    0.4%
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  1. Techwiz

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    Getting it to run in Sandboxie is still a work in progress. So far I've only been playing around with it for things like displaying websites that I'm designing for my web design class. When I have an answer, I'll happily share my results for anyone working on troubleshooting compatibility. I would like to see support for QupZilla added by default within future releases. I realize it's not as popular, but I think if firefox users gave it a test drive it would probably hit home for a lot of users. The built-in ad-blocker is a real plus.

    Hey thanks for catching my typo. I've been pronouncing it as "quh" "up" "zill" "ah". No clue if that is what the developers intended, but it sounds good to the ears. :)
     
  2. bo elam

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    I look for it but didn't find it. The only way I found to open bookmarks as a sidebar was in View>Sidebar>Bookmarks.

    Bo
     
  3. Hadron

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    Thanks Bo.
    A very awkward and clumsy way.
    How did they ever miss that?
     
  4. bo elam

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    Hi Techwiz, I thought it works great under Sandboxie. I didn't find any problems and it was not hard to figure how to allow bookmarks, settings or anything else out of the sandbox, it feels like Firefox. I definitively don't like not having the option to open bookmarks as a sidebar and not being able to use NoScript.

    Bo
     
  5. bo elam

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    I know man. I have to have the sidebar, I cant use a browser that don't have one like the old way.

    Bo
     
  6. Hadron

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    Thanks.
     
  7. Hadron

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    One other question about QupZilla.
    I see that it supports Extensions, but where do I get them from?
     
  8. bo elam

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    The only addon that I checked to see if I could install was NoScript but didnt work.

    Bo
     
  9. Hadron

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    Thanks Bo.
     
  10. bo elam

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  11. guest

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    Just wondering, do you experience images in webpages not fully loaded in QupZilla? Thanks.
     
  12. guest

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    Things didn't go as planned, I got problems with Cyberfox. So the choice fell on Pale Moon. Now I've officially joined in Mozilla's archnemesis syndicate. Mwahahahahah! >=D

    I hope it won't break. Last time I tried Pale Moon it barely differed with Firefox performance wise. Although it was on 32-bit, so I hope the 64-bit version will give significant differences in this term. :doubt:
     
  13. gerardwil

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    Now using Chrome 37.xx/64-bit
     
  14. Minimalist

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    Me too. It's performing smooth with no problems so far.
     
  15. ance

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    Back to Firefox.
     
  16. Athletic

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    PC: Firefox ( 99.99% of time). Since 2007, my first pc. Happy with it. Tryed all main browsers many times.


    On android mobile: Dolphin Browser Mini (best suits sites i visit, tryed bunch of them, none is near perfect, dolphin included)
     
  17. guest

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    As far as I can tell Pale Moon does not break, but it still feels kind of clunky. Then again, I don't really have many choices to pick these days. >_>
     
  18. guest

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    I'm currently having a web browser junkie dilemma syndrome now. Switching back and forth between Pale Moon and Cyberfox. But at the very least these two web browsers are the only what I would use, unless if there would be a better option than these two will show itself someday, but it appears not and won't be.
     
  19. Hadron

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    Are there any real benefits in using Waterfox, Cyberfox or Pale Moon over Firefox?
     
  20. Dragon1952

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  21. guest

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    Yes IMO:
    1. These Gecko forks developers are more dedicated than the main empire's officers.
    2. They don't lie, unlike Mozilla itself.
    3. They usually remove Australis UI, which is a very good thing.
    4. Better performance and stability, I can tell that Cyberfox is faster and Pale Moon is more stable compared to Firefox.
     
  22. Hadron

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    Thanks for your opinion, GrafZeppelin.
     
  23. abels

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    Palemoon with NoScript. Working perfectly.
     
  24. AaLF

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    Back to firefox.
     
  25. Pharao

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    I see Opera listed. That's fine. There is only one problem. There are two totally different Opera browsers. The only resemblance being their name.

    1. Opera Presto, once the flagship of the company. It's the browser Opera ASA became well-known.
    2. Then there is the Google Chrome fork, labeled also as Opera.

    Which of the two does the poll refer to?
     
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