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rarepearldesign says
I remember the time I first made my website with FRONTPAGE !!!!
Me too in high school… and we used to search the web with altavista if I remember well

Me too, I used to search with dogpile

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VisualSharing says
(...) it has allmy passwords and bookmarks on it so I just stick with it…

Chrome has the option to import both bookmarks and passwords from FF with a single click, it is super easy. :)

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altinkum says

google chrome and ie8

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DDStudios says
Chrome has the option to import both bookmarks and passwords from FF with a single click, it is super easy. :)

Bite me! Chrome it is then!

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KiaJavid says

Firefox!

A while ago I tried Chrome for a week But I didn’t like it that much

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jremick Envato team says

I use Safari and Chrome nearly equally for my regular work/browsing. I actually use them for different things though, lol.

In Safari I keep my freelance mail acct. open, do my blog writing in WP, most news reading, ThemeForest browsing/work, etc. Then in Chrome I keep my AppStorm mail acct., schedule and enva.to URL shortener open, do most Google searches in Chrome, play any flash-based videos in Chrome, etc.

I run Safari on the left screen and Chrome on the right. I only open Firefox for testing or web development needs. IE is only used for testing, otherwise avoided like the plague. :)

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graphic_dev says

Chrome for regular use and development, since it’s so fast.

And all the other common browsers for testing obviously.

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graphic_dev says

Btw, I was thinking; what if all developers go together – then we could buy IE and shut it down! Think about how much time ($) we would save. I would pay $1k right away without hesitation :P

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Cepreu says

FF + firebug & Chrome. :)

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Orbital_Themes says
Btw, I was thinking; what if all developers go together – then we could buy IE and shut it down! Think about how much time ($) we would save. I would pay $1k right away without hesitation :P

I really love that idea, let’s buy that damn IE and burn it. I can donate with my $1k too.

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