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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by yourdream, Oct 23, 2008.
What is the main web browser are you using now on your new MacBook?
IE 5 for mac... lols.
Netscape and internet Explorer
Firefox. used it mainly when I was a Windows user, so it's only the natural continuation. Safari lack an home button, and it's pretty much the only reason I don't like it.
You know you can add a home button to the tool bar in safari it's customizable.
Just go to View, then Customize Tool Bar, then drag the home button where you want it in Safari.
In terms of stability and security, are they both the same? I read on wikipedia that Firefox uses less memory then Safari.
I like everything about Safari EXCEPT: the "awesome" bar of firefox is far superior.
I would definitely use FF if it supported three finger swipes (god I love it!)
I started right off the bat installing Firefox. But it couldn't load the Apple Quicktime ads and some other QT sites even after reinstalling the plugin. So I uninstalled and used Pimp my Safari to get some functionality (like ad-blocking) into Safari.
Happy with Safari now.
And Opera's is greater still.
I'm using firefox . . mainly for the Foxmarks ad-on as i haven't found anything thing like this for Safari
i use Safari. launches in one bounce i.e. Snappy factor, integration with OS X right click Google search, look up in Dictionary etc., Mail integration, Web Clips.
How do you make a poll topic? I don't understand... I can choose how many poll answers I want to make, but how can I enter this answers???
Using Safari btw.
firefox is the best because of plugins.
Firefox..main reason: plugins and add-ons
Anybody using google chrome?
I do on my Windows machine, if theres a version available for Mac I will be using it on my new MacBook too(first time Mac user, arrives 28th, damn excited)
Yeah, to an extent.. because then you have people making all these ugly Firefox themes and people actually use them!
But anyways, I don't like Firefox. I only use it when I have to (ie. Rogers website doesn't support Safari when checking my bill ), I find it too bulky.
I'll stick to Safari because it's neat, simple and quick to boot up.
View - Customize Toolbar
Opera, Speed Dial rocks.
Really prefer Firefox.
Firefox. I'm not a big fan of Safari.