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    What web browsers do you use?

    Hi there

    Just a quick poll to see what web browsers you mainly use. I have made this poll multiple choice so you can pick more than one, please only vote for ones you use regular. Not including mobile based browsers

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    PS: Please can a Mod correct my spelling mistake in the poll it won't let me edit, cheers.
    Last edited by FN-GM; 27th August 2008 at 05:24 PM.

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    firefox for me but i also have ie7 installed for use when a site forces me to, or to test how something looks

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    i selected all the ones i use

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    other= seamonkey

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    I use opera mobile on my phone. I use Firefox on my work/home PC. However certain sites still need IE to work right so I use IETab, so I use IE6/7 too really.

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    Geoff, I tested opera mobile a while back and found it a bit resource hungry (on a windows mobile htc touch), how've you found it?

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    Firefox for browsing, Internet Explorer for the odd site here and there that prefers it.

    And of course for the first URL one should ever type into a fresh format (of Windows, anyway)... www.getfirefox.com


    edit: And I just remembered, I use it for Quidco too. That way I can have been to a site before, but because it's not on IE I garentee the "sent by quidco" cookie is there so I get my money.

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    firefox mostly and safari. Hate ie and have not come across any ie only sites that I use.

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    HOLD UP

    up there it says
    Firefox (any platform) 23 88.46%
    Opera (Any Platfrom) 5 19.23%
    IE 6 8 30.77%
    IE 7 17 65.38%
    Safari for Mac 3 11.54%
    Safari for Windows 4 15.38%
    Other (Please State) 1 3.85%

    ...does anyone else see a problem here.....?

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    Yes but it's multiple choice. 10 people doesn't mean 10 votes. it could mean 20 which would add up to 200%. The percentage is obviously calculated per person not per selection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Geoff, I tested opera mobile a while back and found it a bit resource hungry (on a windows mobile htc touch), how've you found it?
    Much better than the built in browser on my Nokia 6500 Slide.

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    I love Opera - but have noticed the last couple of versions have been a bit annoying with some long waits as it seems to be dealing with caching or something.

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    Firefox of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    HOLD UP

    up there it says
    Firefox (any platform) 23 88.46%
    Opera (Any Platfrom) <-- 5 19.23%
    IE 6 8 30.77%
    IE 7 17 65.38%
    Safari for Mac 3 11.54%
    Safari for Windows 4 15.38%
    Other (Please State) 1 3.85%

    ...does anyone else see a problem here.....?
    typo on the spelling of platform as apposed to platfrom ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gecko View Post
    typo on the spelling of platform as apposed to platfrom ?
    Ah yes, but he did put a request for an admin or mod to change it.

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