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Old 11-25-2013   #41
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Who like the google browser could use Iron:
Whats the difference beetwen Iron and Chrome?
so is possible reduce the privacy issue.

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I use mainly Firefox.
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Old 04-13-2014   #42
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I've been running into more sites that don't work well with Firefox. I tried Chrome a while back (when this thread was younger) but it didn't last long. Been using it just a bit now and the things that bugged me before seem to be gone. I may be a Chrome convert.
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I've been running into more sites that don't work well with Firefox. I tried Chrome a while back (when this thread was younger) but it didn't last long. Been using it just a bit now and the things that bugged me before seem to be gone. I may be a Chrome convert.
As of this writing, I'm finding Firefox and Chrome to be equally compatible with the sites I use. IE is maddeningly inconsistent, even in version 11. It's hard to believe, given the resources that Microsoft has.
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PMFJI, but I like the fact that Firefox allows me to block ads. The couple times I tried (not recently)to find an equivalent in other browsers I came up empty, which I attribute to the fact that e.g. IE and Chrome want to sell me something.
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PMFJI, but I like the fact that Firefox allows me to block ads. The couple times I tried (not recently)to find an equivalent in other browsers I came up empty, which I attribute to the fact that e.g. IE and Chrome want to sell me something.
Chrome has ad block add-in also, just not for android.
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i have tried both browsers,but mozilla is more preferable,for personal use as well as for office work.

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I like Firefox ad-blocking and especially the add-on Better Privacy's removal of LSO cookies. I do run across sites where IE shows me info Firefox does not; e.g. last week I could place an order at an England site and yet not see the site's shipping info even after that site emailed me a direct link to the shipping info - I could see the tabs but not the text. Plugged the link into IE, saw the info. That could be due to my tuning Firefox to block all sorts of nuisances that may have been a good practice, but any good practice can be perverted. E.g. LSO cookies.


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