Which browser do you use?

#82

You can use pale moon. There is an extension that can import Chrome passwords

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#83

and bookmarks?

#84

You can import them too

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#85

The easiest thing in the world is to export your data (like bookmarks and passwords) from one browser to another. See here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/switching-chrome-firefox

Also, Firefox can synchronize your browser data with a Firefox account.

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#86

Recently i’m using Opera browser for some reason:

  1. Integrated Adblock
  2. Integrated VPN
  3. Doesn’t make my pc lag
  4. Has cool things like gestures :stuck_out_tongue:
#87
  1. Its now owned by a chinese company qihoo
  2. Its basicly onto of chrome
#88

i use ie 8 and i dont care

#89

ok :stuck_out_tongue:

#90

you use something and i dont care

#91

ok x2 :stuck_out_tongue:

#92

i use ie8, firefox and chrome

#93

There’s a Yandex browser? Wow. I’ll still stick with Firefox.

#94

I choose my lovely eating ram browser Google Chrome

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#95

Firefox Portable, runs from my memory stick (Latest version). With adblock.

#96

same

#97

What was the need to state that? It wasn’t neccessary at all.

#98

Because it it’s ram for no reason. :grinning:

#99

I’ve never saw Chrome using more than 2GB of RAM on my PC.

#100

only! lol

#101

Oh really? Then your optimization must REALLY suck. Chrome runs well on my TWO gig Windows 7 laptop.