The "fancy car" argument only illustrates my problem with the whole concept of a "best browser", which is the tendency for people to be insufferable about how fancy their cars are. I've been to websites that were programmed to recognize visitors' browsers just so they could heckle the IE users.
For the record, I am using Firefox now and have been for some time. As I said before, I still find occasions to switch between the two. I use Firefox primarily because it is more like the way IE used to be before they changed it to match Vista. I don't really need the customization, and I'm frankly unconcerned with the security. What I want out of a browser is to stay out of my way as much as possible; I don't think about the browser, I focus on the site I'm viewing. That's why I don't have a favorite; I don't care one way or another as long as I can get online. I just resent the elitist attitude that some people have.
"If only, if only," the woodpecker sighs "The bark on the trees was as soft as the skies." While the wolf waits below, hungry and lonely He cries to the moon, "If only, if only."
Post by Nayla-Naylie on Aug 31, 2011 13:04:09 GMT -5
I used to use Internet Explorer, but that was before I heard everyone was using Firefox, so I chose to switch over there and whenever I'm not using it, I like to go ahead and be using Google Chrome cause it's quicker and faster to do.
But now the new versions look funny looking to me since everyone had to used Windows 7