IE10 is lightning fast compared to IE8 (which is on my XP install).
I guess W10 uses IE11 and it hasn't seemed slow.
On the VM I built for my web course, I haven't really noticed any speed difference between Chrome, FF, IE10, Maxthon and Opera.
I see many people using Seamonkey here. I am going to try it.
4 more votes are required for Google Chrome to cross IE. Lets see :P
That was directed at Chuck and his emoticon. "Whistling Dixie" is an American term meaning living in a dream world.
IE is just fine. All this browser stuff is just a matter of choice IMO.
Strangely enough I did come across something that seemed to work better in IE10 than Chrome or FF.
I can't remember what it was now though
It might have been when we were playing with Google Maps.
I seem to recall that Chrome was the most cantankerous browser with Google Maps!
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So do Compatibility view lists from Microsoft which are pretty useless
I might add that markup was with the reply with quote editor open Wow
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Chrome 99% of the time. Ya'know... CSS3 and HTML5 support... not to mention the handy app start screen that has my email, calendar, etc in it which can give me desktop notifications about events.
I'll sometimes use Chrome Canary to troubleshoot something as it can run stand-alone, but I rarely do that because it's pretty buggy in it's own right.
The only thing that shits me about chrome that IE has is a bookmarks menu that you can pin to the left of the browser. A very handy feature if you've got lots of bookmarks, and frequently use a lot of them. You can achieve similar things with chrome extensions, but they're all terrible. Instead I'm stuck with a bookmarks bar with a very complicated folder structure that I give single-letter names so I can fit many on there.