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Chrome goes back to stealing share from IE, Firefox

By Emil
May 2, 2011
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  1. hellokitty[hk]

    hellokitty[hk] Hello, nice to meet you! Posts: 3,435   +145

    Stealing as opposed to winning?
     
  2. LinkedKube

    LinkedKube TechSpot Project Baby Posts: 3,481   +44

    I use chrome. Its simple and fast. Nuff said.
     
  3. HaMsTeYr

    HaMsTeYr TS Maniac Posts: 376

    Don't be a hater Kitty Kat. Chrome is Awesomesauce.

    Its only a shame they don't have a Download accelerator extension yet :( at least not that I know of... Would be nice for sometihng like DownThemAll for Firefox... Pretty much the only reason why I go back to Firefox from time to time.. Oh that and Rikai-Chan.
     
  4. KG363

    KG363 TS Guru Posts: 515   +9

    "Internet Explorer has once again hit a new low"

    Wait, so IE magically started out over 55%? PLEASE proof your articles. I almost can't read these articles anymore.
     
  5. "Internet Explorer has once again hit a new low"

    "Wait, so IE magically started out over 55%? PLEASE proof your articles. I almost can't read these articles anymore."


    It's an obvious given and common sense, why should they need to reference back to when the internet was ancient?

    back on topic I personally love chrome, I was always a firefox person until the day I tried chrome, it's so fast, simple and sleek. Even with the new firefox I just can't help but stick with chrome, the only thing I really miss is the session and download management of firefox
     
  6. LightHeart

    LightHeart TS Rookie Posts: 155

    I think the browser "wars" are over and the consumer wins. You get to choose whichever browser you like. Choice is the winner.
     
  7. I jumped from Firefox to Chrome myself.
     
  8. hellokitty[hk]

    hellokitty[hk] Hello, nice to meet you! Posts: 3,435   +145

    Hey I use chrome.
     
  9. Since ie 9 is released, I return to Avant Browser, an IE based browser again. For myslef, I prefer ie based browsers. It runs fast and stable with the superiorty of multi-process of chrome, and improvments of ie9.
     

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