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The Evolution Of Web Browsers (infographic)

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№1 Author: Kendaleros (8 Apr 2011 03:15) Total user comments: 369


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mmm, you sure that Chrome is only a third of "IE-9" in 2011? 51
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№2 Author: raymond.wendt (8 Apr 2011 04:04) Total user comments: 9115


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I didn't own my first computer until 98, and I like Chrome!
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№3 Author: Dallizzt (8 Apr 2011 04:16) Total user comments: 1467


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Sticking with FF, don't trust Google enough to use Chrome.
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№4 Author: capt.huffnpuff (8 Apr 2011 04:25) Total user comments: 2801


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Call tech support and they assume you're using IE and give you detailed instructions for an IE solution. However IE doesn't even own 1/2 of the market! 09 13
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№5 Author: Jimmy Johnson (8 Apr 2011 05:43) Total user comments: 5518


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Started with IE in 1997. Stayed on it since.
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№6 Author: flammable (8 Apr 2011 05:52) Total user comments: 84


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Mosaic?

This was liike doing a thing about cars a skipping the Model T.
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№7 Author: pedro carlos (8 Apr 2011 07:30) Total user comments: 856


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why would anyone use IE nowadays? no way! Chrome ftw
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№8 Author: akteco (8 Apr 2011 07:35) Total user comments: 34


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Started using chrome over a year ago. Never going back. Tried FF4 for 3 minutes.
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№9 Author: t0t0t0 (8 Apr 2011 08:51) Total user comments: 429


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I used Netscape, IE, Firefox and now Chrome... None of these are perfect!
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№10 Author: Lord Dodo (8 Apr 2011 09:16) Total user comments: 2064


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Fuck IE 79 i only use it on new pc's to download a better browser... 04
and I don't like FF too, its too slow on my opinion
For chrome is the problem, Big G is watching you... But thanx god its open source! so I downloaded and used SRWare Iron, based on chrome, but without any Google surveillance 05 04
Safari... Its Apple. Is there anything more I need to say? 13
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№11 Author: thesoulshaker (8 Apr 2011 11:14) Total user comments: 1384


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Prefer FF.. Always works for me.. 04
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№12 Author: You-Know-Who (8 Apr 2011 13:26) Total user comments: 499


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I use them all and the best I find are Chrome and Opera. Nice and fast.
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№13 Author: 2fuzzy (8 Apr 2011 14:46) Total user comments: 10400


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The company I work for company like many others have "standardized" on IE. However I always come behind and install FireFox. I would love to see the numbers with corporate users taken out of the picture.
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№14 Author: joffenbaker (8 Apr 2011 15:40) Total user comments: 4965


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That isn't true at all capt.huffnpuff, I'm an IT specialist and when people can't open documents or have navigation problems, I insist they they try Mozilla and it will open things and perform in many ways others but like t0t0t0 said, and I agree, none are perfect. I keep a shortcut of all of them on my desktop because I know what areas
one out performs the other. Anyone remember Ms. Dewey? that was a hoot.
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№15 Author: Lu (8 Apr 2011 20:02) Total user comments: 15082


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Chrome works for me.
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№16 Author: Pilgrim (8 Apr 2011 20:33) Total user comments: 2288


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Meh..
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№17 Author: NeMa (9 Apr 2011 00:52) Total user comments: 719


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i use the chrome, i think he's better 04
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№18 Author: TinklingMonkey (9 Apr 2011 04:11) Total user comments: 684


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10 i didnt really look at it, didnt care that much
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№19 Author: Cacabit (9 Apr 2011 15:20) Total user comments: 819


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Chrome is for nerds and geek.
i use microb
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№20 Author: TheIronSea (9 Apr 2011 23:51) Total user comments: 1015


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I use Chrome too, is so easy. 04
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№21 Author: GhostChronos (10 Apr 2011 00:42) Total user comments: 2100


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CHROME!
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№22 Author: noxusrules (10 Apr 2011 02:28) Total user comments: 1052


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Proud Chrome user!!!!!! 04
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№23 Author: salsapopo (10 Apr 2011 11:01) Total user comments: 12723


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i like opera most
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№24 Author: Bock (10 Apr 2011 17:58) Total user comments: 12


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in ex-USSR almost used Opera (like about ~50%) and I use it!
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№25 Author: kamatchou (10 Apr 2011 23:42) Total user comments: 311


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Cameleon fatest browser ever ,trust me
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№26 Author: Ryanfaescotland (11 Apr 2011 16:36) Total user comments: 30


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I really don't get all the fuss over what browser is used.

And this visualisation is pretty rubbish. Has Opera never changed in it's amount of users from when it was first launched until now?
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№27 Author: Kraneo Dunkel (16 Apr 2011 23:15) Total user comments: 145


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Opera rules!
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