Today's Posts Follow Us On Twitter! TFL Members on Twitter  
Forum search: Advanced Search  
Navigation
Marketplace
  Members Login:
Lost password?
  Forum Statistics:
Forum Members: 34,104
Total Threads: 151,380
Total Posts: 638,063
There are 154 users currently browsing (tf).
 
  Our Partners:
 
  TalkFreelance     Design and Development     Browsers and Operating Systems :

What Browser Are You Running?

Thread title: What Browser Are You Running?
View Poll Results: What Browser Are You Running?
FireFox 198 73.88%
Internet Explorer 22 8.21%
Flock 8 2.99%
Other 40 14.93%
Voters: 268. You may not vote on this poll

Closed Thread  
Page 1 of 25 1 2 3 4 5 11 >
    Thread tools Search this thread Display Modes  
03-31-2007, 04:50 PM
#1
Randy is offline Randy
Status: Sin Binner
Join date: Jan 2007
Location:
Expertise:
Software:
 
Posts: 1,121
iTrader: 13 / 100%
 

Randy is on a distinguished road

Send a message via MSN to Randy

  Old  What Browser Are You Running?

What kind browser are you running?

---------

I'm running the browser called "FlocK" becuase it is based more on to the "Web Developer" area, with built in things, that you would need to have to download and install for Firefox. Firefox plugins and themes still work on it so you get the same items, since Flock is built by members of the old Firefox team, before they split. Anyways thats what I run and why, what do you run?

03-31-2007, 05:04 PM
#2
thatjamie is offline thatjamie
thatjamie's Avatar
Status: Ruby on Rails Developer
Join date: Oct 2004
Location: England, UK
Expertise: Ruby, Rails, jQuery
Software: Chocolat, Sublime Text 3
 
Posts: 2,340
iTrader: 14 / 94%
 

thatjamie is on a distinguished road

Send a message via Skype™ to thatjamie

  Old

Safari


/////////////////////

03-31-2007, 05:49 PM
#3
t0m is offline t0m
Status: Request a custom title
Join date: Jan 2005
Location: West Sussex, England
Expertise:
Software:
 
Posts: 2,829
iTrader: 21 / 100%
 

t0m is on a distinguished road

  Old

I run, firefox and opera for net browsing.

I also run IE for web developing and seeing how things look in it.

Is Flock any good? I havent considered getting it, but are there any real benefits?

03-31-2007, 05:57 PM
#4
sketchie is offline sketchie
sketchie's Avatar
Status: Senior Member
Join date: Jul 2005
Location:
Expertise:
Software:
 
Posts: 835
iTrader: 1 / 100%
 

sketchie is on a distinguished road

  Old

Opera all the way.

03-31-2007, 06:14 PM
#5
Village Genius is offline Village Genius
Village Genius's Avatar
Status: Geek
Join date: Apr 2006
Location: Champaign, IL
Expertise: Software
Software: Chrome, Notepad++
 
Posts: 6,892
iTrader: 18 / 100%
 

Village Genius will become famous soon enough

  Old

firefox, I only use IE or Opera to test my websites.

note to opera users: I like opera, it is easily on par with FF, I just choose FF

03-31-2007, 06:14 PM
#6
Randy is offline Randy
Status: Sin Binner
Join date: Jan 2007
Location:
Expertise:
Software:
 
Posts: 1,121
iTrader: 13 / 100%
 

Randy is on a distinguished road

Send a message via MSN to Randy

  Old

Originally Posted by stillt View Post
I run, firefox and opera for net browsing.

I also run IE for web developing and seeing how things look in it.

Is Flock any good? I havent considered getting it, but are there any real benefits?
Flock has a built in function were you can drag and drop your images to like photobucket, flickr and other items, it has a built in function to where you can make a blog post wihtout even logging on.

03-31-2007, 06:36 PM
#7
Zack is offline Zack
Status: I love this place
Join date: Dec 2005
Location: US and A
Expertise:
Software:
 
Posts: 595
iTrader: 2 / 100%
 

Zack is on a distinguished road

  Old

I use Flock, because it is basically the same thing as FF, just with a few cool features.
Zack

03-31-2007, 07:16 PM
#8
Haris is offline Haris
Status: Request a custom title
Join date: Dec 2005
Location:
Expertise:
Software:
 
Posts: 2,741
iTrader: 9 / 100%
 

Haris is on a distinguished road

  Old

I use firefox - ONLY!

03-31-2007, 08:05 PM
#9
WhiteWebServices is offline WhiteWebServices
Status: I'm new around here
Join date: Mar 2007
Location: Gloucestershire, England
Expertise:
Software:
 
Posts: 2
iTrader: 0 / 0%
 

WhiteWebServices is on a distinguished road

  Old

I use IE7 for browsing, and FireFox for coding (checking IE7 and IE6 regularly as I go).

I know from a developer's perspective that IE's evil because of box model problems, no support li:hover, etc., etc., but I from a browser's perspective I still prefer it.

03-31-2007, 09:49 PM
#10
convex7 is offline convex7
convex7's Avatar
Status: Junior Member
Join date: Feb 2006
Location:
Expertise:
Software:
 
Posts: 79
iTrader: 5 / 100%
 

convex7 is on a distinguished road

Send a message via MSN to convex7

  Old

Firefox all the way for me, does exactly what i want and more!

Closed Thread  
Page 1 of 25 1 2 3 4 5 11 >


Thread Tools
Display Modes

  Posting Rules  
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump:
 
  Contains New Posts Forum Contains New Posts   Contains No New Posts Forum Contains No New Posts   A Closed Forum Forum is Closed