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    Any other responses that simply state "I use X" or the like will be fluffed and this thread will be closed. Please answer the persons question:
    Why do people use Chrome? I'm still a huge FireFox fan. What is the real advantages to move to Chrome.
    He didn't ask what browser you use.

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    Both are good browsers.Google chrome is good for browsing.As a web developer point of view Mozilla FireFox is the best browser.Since it has a lots addons which is very much helpfull for developing websites.Most usefull add-ons for web developers are Firebug,Html Ruby,web developer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin johannsen View Post
    Both are good browsers.Google chrome is good for browsing.
    I think any version of Google Chrome except the last one is good for browsing but the last update made the Chrome really slow when opening pages. Maybe only i have such problems, i don't know.
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    People is moving firefox to chrome because.Chrome are much faster then firefox

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    Firefox is slower in processing JavaScript that's people are going to use Google Chrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by designcrews View Post
    Firefox is slower in processing JavaScript that's people are going to use Google Chrome.
    According to them, version 19 is faster than Chrome... but I haven't tested it myself. This is just a video that I recalled watching somewhere

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    google chrome: faster, more organized and simpler, smoother moving/dragging around tabs and etc,
    firefox: more secure(thats what most people say), has skins, saving tab popup when your about to close firefox(but chrome can do it with a extension too)

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    Thanks guys. Based on everything posted on this thread I feel I have no need to be trendy and move to chrome. It sounds like firefox is still a valid and solid browser.

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    IMHO, Both of them is excellent. However in terms of performance I think google chrome is the best. So I will go for chrome.

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    You guys are speaking my language. I'm still in love with the tool bar with FILE, EDIT, VIEW, HISTORY etc.
    Chrome doesn't really play that nice with that.

    Same GOES with me, enough good reason

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    I use them both because they both have their qualities and shortcomings. But firefox tends to slow down my computer sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidwebBret View Post
    Why do people use Chrome? I'm still a huge FireFox fan. What is the real advantages to move to Chrome.
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    I know people who like using FireFox for the reason that it's fast. I am using FireFox sometimes I use chorome but If I compare both I will definitely go for FireFox.

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    Mozilla Firefox is better than Google chrome. Menu bar are found in Mozilla firefox but Google Chrome is found it. [/B][/B]

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    Chrome is faster to load. It used to be Firefox that is mostly used before Chrome was born. Then it got slow (for some reasons) while that of Google's become faster. This what people needs: Fast connection, fast download. For SEO, FireFox is ideal since it got a lot of plug-ins and features to be taken advantage of.

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    I use Chrome but i miss Firefox. My computer is crap at the moment and FF ran slow on it, so i changed to chrome, now chrome runs slow too. Now i just want to buy a mac and get rid of windows. I spent 1,000 on this high spec laptop but is pretty crap 2 years down the line. Could have bought a mac with that money i suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidwebBret View Post
    You guys are speaking my language. I'm still in love with the tool bar with FILE, EDIT, VIEW, HISTORY etc.
    Chrome doesn't really play that nice with that.
    Ya I agree with you ,Except for this factor I will recommend chrome.

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    I like chrome because it is much more updated.

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    i have Installed both but i am using firefox more then Chrome!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmember View Post
    i have Installed both but i am using firefox more then Chrome!!
    why?

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    More support and flexibility is offered on Firefox. Lots of extensions are provided on firefox that made it so popular among developers. But when it comes to professional work, preference of choice alters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RihhanaNZ View Post
    More support and flexibility is offered on Firefox. Lots of extensions are provided on firefox that made it so popular among developers. But when it comes to professional work, preference of choice alters.
    How is this different from Chrome?
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    I use Firefox since 2007. It has so many supporting commands to use. Even chrome is too slow. Chrome is famous because it is part of Google. I guess that's the only reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpradio View Post
    why?
    because Development is easy on Firefox ..it provide more Plugins!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by couponmember View Post
    because Development is easy on Firefox ..it provide more Plugins!!
    Both Chrome and Firefox have healthy plugin ecosystems. Pretty much all the plugin features I use can be found in various plugins available to either browser.

    You don't actually "develop" anything with a browser. Test, yes, but not develop.
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    Chrome uses more memory than Firefox for relatively fresh starts when multiple tabs are opened.
    Firefox, however, takes longer to release memory, even when tabs have been closed. Over long periods of operation, Firefox tends to consume larger and larger quantities of memory that it never releases; this has been termed "the Firefox memory leak", but Mozilla commentary suggests it is actually a memory fragmentation issue, which exhibits many of the same performance and resource consumption symptoms as a memory leak. Users that frequently open and close tabs will benefit from Chrome's instant release of memory for every closed tab.


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