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Bing Replaces Yahoo! as #2 S.E.Views: 327
Dec 29, 2010 7:46 pm re: re: re: re: Bing Replaces Yahoo! as #2 S.E.

Bobbi Jo Woods
I guess I prefer Google simply because I know the intricacies of it best, of all the others. Such as cached links, etc. plus it works with my Firefox Google Cache Continue extension for when I want to access an old page for some reason (it happens often enough that I needed that extension).

As for what browser is best, that is subjective to the user. I myself prefer Chrome for everything (browsing, email, daily work tasks like invoicing, web design work, etc.), and only use IE for testing out designs or for when an application requires it. Firefox was my main go-to browser up until Chrome came into infancy, because I could tweak the crap out of it to get it to do what I wanted. Still really can't do that too much with IE. I also use Firefox for certain games I like to play, such as on Facebook. But so far, Chrome is more able to allow me to tweak it farther than I could with Firefox back in the day.

I don't know if you'd heard of it, but Rockmelt and Flock are supposedly the best browser for social networking/social connecting. I haven't tried either one, because I'm happy with the way I do social stuff in Chrome. I prefer to limit my social activities because I tend to get way too distracted and not get much else done. Perhaps I would try one or the other soon, to see if they could help me get social networking/marketing done and keep up with all social things in a more efficient manner, though.

-Bobbi Jo

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