|09-10-2008, 11:43 AM||#34 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Personally, Opera pwns Firefox and IE. I've tried Chrome but I still prefer Opera. It has the right features that I use all the time such as the Speed Dial and heaps of neat shortcuts you can use with your mouse. Plus it probably has most of the features you would want in Firefox and Chrome. Opera is also pretty fast. I find that Firefox to be too bulky and Chrome to be too light..
|09-11-2008, 04:06 AM||#35 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2007
I'm looking forward to when someone builds an add on that will delete ads. I especially detest the blinking, flashing ad. Flashing ads are like steel shovels being shoved up under my eyelid. Their job is to take your attention away from the text you're reading, and that they do. Firefox has Adlock Plus, which is a gift from heaven. IE7 has IE7 Pro, but their adblocker is not anywhere near as potent as Firefox's.
I don't think Opera has an adblocker, or do they? I think somene said that they once did though it wasn't all that effective. The FF adblocker will even delete avatars, it's a reliable, fantastic add on you can count on for destroying ads. If you run IE you can always buy an adblocker. There's a popular one out there put out by someone though their customer service department gets weak reviews. FF's Adblock Plus is free, so that's just as well. I hope someone builds an adblocker for Chrome.
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