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  1. #11
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    I've been using it since it was released. I like it a lot especially the incognito window. The look of it and all the unnecessary stuff gone make way for the actual page you are viewing much bigger.

    I have experienced a lot of problems with being that it is a beta version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgnsup View Post
    I've been using it since it was released. I like it a lot especially the incognito window. The look of it and all the unnecessary stuff gone make way for the actual page you are viewing much bigger.

    I have experienced a lot of problems with being that it is a beta version.
    ya, brand new, so problems are expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    ya, brand new, so problems are expected.
    Yeah, it's weird... I installed it on my home laptop the day after it got released and I believe on my desktop at work 2 days after being released. I have experienced a lot more problems with it on my laptop and actually went as far as uninstalling and just using FF for now.

    I am still using Chrome on my work computer and never really have any problems with it.

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    yeah im stickin by ff until chrome gets going a little more. for me its actually slower, but i have faith in google

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    ya, FF or chrome, As long as IE continues on the downslope.

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    Opera is another good browser. If anyone is looking for another one besides Chome and FF

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbing View Post
    Opera is another good browser. If anyone is looking for another one besides Chome and FF
    do you have any issues with Swellinfo using Opera? I remember testing Swellinfo on Opera initially, and there were issues of the forecast drop down menus. I hope that is no longer an issue?

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    Um let me run through it. I use it for random things. Never tried SwellInfo on it.

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    Just upgraded to Opera 9.62. Looks fly. Cool set up. Everything is loading fine too. Nothing I didn't notice. Try upgrading yours and check the same parts that went wrong last time.

  10. #20

    Browsers galore

    I started using chrome a couple months ago and think it's great. I am traveling and carry a 10" eee laptop, so getting the most out of a small screen is important.

    I just downloaded the IE 8 beta the other day and have to say it's not bad. I read a review of FF3, Chrome, IE8 Beta not long ago and IE came out on top for minimal processor usage, which is also important with this tiny laptop. Apparently FF is a processor hog when you have flash video windows open, even if they aren't actively playing. Chrome tested better on this front, but IE 8 was best. I'm not a M$ fan, but if it works...

    Chrome has an internal task manager which is cool. If a page hangs or otherwise crashes, you can quit that tab without losing the whole browser.