Discussion in 'Internet Discussion' started by voyagerfan99, Oct 7, 2013.
Thought they closed years ago?
Yeah, as they used to say in the Yahoo chat rooms... j/k
Personally, I use Pale Moon. It's light on system resources and it's good for my old PC, but I use it on both of my computers as I hate the ugly new GUI that FF and Chrome have.
Still Firefox , simply because I've been using it for so long I became a fanboy
Although I do use Chrome on my phone.
I use EDGE (the browser built into Windows) on all my computers, and I use EDGE in my phone aswell...
I use Microsoft Edge.
Between Firefox and Microsoft Edge which one would you choose to use and why ? I use Firefox because I have been using it for so many years now but I also have Microsoft Edge installed as well but don't use it.
Firefox. For the simple fact that there a ton of addons for it that aren't available in Edge. Edge is no longer in production anyway as MS is coming out with a new browser based on Chromium.
I'd like to point out that it's still Edge, it's just got a different back end. Unless they've said they're changing the name Edge isn't going anywhere.
I'm a stick in the mud and prefer to stick to what I'm used to, Internet explorer worked so I used it, edge works so I use it. I did try using firefox once but it wasn't able to open or display correctly a few distributors websites that I needed to use, so I immediately went back to Internet explorer and since then I have never had the inclination to try another browser.
I really hope you meant Edge in your last line. Anyone using IE in this day and age is a fool, even MS says so.
I did mean Internet explorer, but this was years ago before edge and firefox didn't work well for me so I went straight back to Internet explorer, of course I've been using edge since it was released.
No I understood you meant IE at first but was talking about when you supposedly switched back to IE after using Edge and Firefox before. I used IE back in the day, don't get me wrong, but it's been years.
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