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PostPosted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 9:35 am 
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url aliasing? lol, well in firefox we have something called bookmarks.
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and a search bar, so you don't have to go to google site everytime you want to search something
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Oh and did I mention Adblock?, the best plugin ever made for a web browser?


Funny thing is.... Safari has all that as well. And It doesn't require a plug-in.
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Funny thing is.... Safari has all that as well. And It doesn't require a plug-in.


neither firefox. I was talking about AdBlock.


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Safari blocks adds as well

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so does Avant, 3 layers infact, web url blocking on pages, blocking based on common content (such as "advertisement") and popup blocking.
So does opera, heck, so does IE7 and 8 lol. All without plugins, firefox only one that needs a plugin it seems.

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so does Avant, 3 layers infact, web url blocking on pages, blocking based on common content (such as "advertisement") and popup blocking.
So does opera, heck, so does IE7 and 8 lol. All without plugins, firefox only one that needs a plugin it seems.


IE7 has never had a built in ad blocker, never. and im not talkin about popup blocking or host blocking


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im counting anti fishing filters, third party site filters, etc. as ad blocking.

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thats not what i am talking about


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ad blocking is pretty vague, I could hold up a piece of paper infront of an ad on my monitor and call it ad blocking.
but the fact that you thought those things only existed for firefox was just frightning.

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Pshh, FireFox is the way to go. When I first heard about Safari, they said it was slow, but the interface looked awesome. I've never tried Safari, but I also never believe what I hear unless I have proof. Internet Explorer is fast, but it sometimes times out on certain web pages. That's the only 3 I've heard of, and I have FireFox.


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Honestly, I prefer opera over all, I use it on my phone also. : )

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Pshh, FireFox is the way to go. When I first heard about Safari, they said it was slow, but the interface looked awesome. I've never tried Safari, but I also never believe what I hear unless I have proof. Internet Explorer is fast, but it sometimes times out on certain web pages. That's the only 3 I've heard of, and I have FireFox.


I suggest Wikipedia next time.

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TlathamXmahtalT wrote:
Pshh, FireFox is the way to go. When I first heard about Safari, they said it was slow, but the interface looked awesome. I've never tried Safari, but I also never believe what I hear unless I have proof. Internet Explorer is fast, but it sometimes times out on certain web pages. That's the only 3 I've heard of, and I have FireFox.


I suggest Wikipedia next time.


I suggest a site more reliable, can't think of one, but there must be something out there. :P


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how much better can u get then this?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_web_browsers

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http://internet-browser-review.toptenreviews.com/

Yay for Google Chrome!


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Wow Alpine! Welcome back after 3 years! [:-)]


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Opera Rules more! IE good tho too.

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The new IE8 slowed my machine down entirely. And my IE7 having random freezing issues on web pages. So i got irritated and downloaded Orca Browser. I haven't gone back. It's way better!

Non-mainstream browsers FTW!

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