What browser do you choose for work, and why did you choose it?
rtrembley 2 years ago
Let me get my slight bias out of the way - I'm a Firefox user. At this point, it is more out of habit than deep devotion, and I'm willing to change. There was a time when I thought other browsers were inferior choices. I'm not including Safari in this statement, btw, since I've never used it. I'm mostly thinking of IE and Opera. IE always seemed slow and prone to exploits, while websites were almost never optimized for Opera. Should I consider changing to an alternative browser? What do other less "casual" users decided on for browsers, and why was it chosen?
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