Firefox, every release from Netscape 4 days!
+1. Phoenix was a better name IMO… Running Nightly for the past few months.
I"m a bit married to Firefox and its extensions. I can"t live without Tree Style Tabs, among a few other things. I"ve also grown accustomed to things like quick search and quick search (links), that I don"t think exist in Chrome. I do wish that "Download Managers" would go away and we could go back to the IE6 way with a window per download…don"t see the point of something I have to "Clear List" on and then close every time I download something I"m going to open immediately anyway.
Chrome is acceptable, but I am not really a fan of its UI "minimalism" (nor the fact that Firefox is basically copying it), nor its Google tracking (yes, I know I could run Iron), and performance is not a critical issue for me like it was in the Phoenix days. Opera and I have never really gotten on either. Safari is the worst major browser out there today by a wide margin. IE9 is…usable…but it still seems to have a very slow UI, which is/was one of my biggest bitching points when forced to use IE8.
For old/slow machines, I use Midori. It"s probably the best browser to use on Raspberry Pi. Extremely fast and lightweight, has most of the features you need. The UI has some things I don't like that aren't customizable, but the performance is well worth it on crappy hardware.
Use Chromium - same as Chrome without the tracking.
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