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Posted: 31-12-2014 @ 10:04:31
It would be opera bcoz it clears the unusual traffic and add ons .
Posted: 14-06-2013 @ 06:55:15
Google chrome is the best browser.
Posted: 05-06-2013 @ 12:53:53
Mozilla firefox
Posted: 03-06-2013 @ 10:56:30
Google Chrome is the best browser in pc..
Posted: 19-05-2013 @ 13:34:41
Mozzila is best according me... When i use google chrome in my desktop or laptop even in my friend's pc, it crashes... And make the pc in unstable condition...
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 16:48:21
Google chrome it is very fast
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 15:07:38
Google chrome is the best browser for pc it works in lightining speed as well as consume less data usage than other browsers
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 14:22:04
Google Chrome 17 Overall Best Pros: • Lets you close slow or frozen pages without restarting the browser • Sandboxed design helps prevent malware infections Cons: • No integrated RSS reader • Plain design Chrome wins our top spot thanks to its ease of use, numerous extensions and add-ons, and superb performance. It may not be perfect for everyone, but Chrome is a well-rounded browser that should meet most people's needs. Chrome's minimalist design isn't eye-catching, but its lean toolbar leaves more room for viewing Web pages. And what Chrome lacks in flashiness, it certainly makes up for in performance. Google's browser really shone in our JavaScript test, far outdistancing its competitors. Many popular websites--including Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube--use JavaScript because it makes those sites more immediately responsive, and JavaScript-heavy pages behave better in Chrome. The browser also performed admirably in our speed test, fully loading an image-heavy page in just under 4 seconds. This lighting-fast speed comes from a feature new to Chrome 17 (released in early February) that lets the browser start loading the URL you type in the address bar be­­fore you press. To complement its im­­pressive performance, Goo­gle's browser has some worthy features that others lack. For starters, Chrome runs tabs as separate processes--so if one of them crashes, the entire browser doesn't go down with it. If your online wanderings take you to a foreign-language website, Chrome will recognize the language and offer to translate it for you in a matter of seconds. The translations, powered by Google Translate, aren't exceptionally accurate, but they can at least give you a basic idea of what the page is about. Chrome is also one of the most secure browsers on this list, because it is sandboxed: The plug-ins that Chrome uses access information only within the browser itself and can't read information from other areas on your computer. Sandboxing prevents malware that uses plug-in exploits from spreading via Chrome through your PC. Owners of smartphones or tablets running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) will appreciate the ability to sync their Chrome bookmarks and Web history to those mobile devices. You can customize Chrome with Web apps, themes, and extensions to suit your preferences. Chrome's built-in Web store simplifies searching for and installing browser add-ons. The add-ons range from simple (an Evernote plug-in, for example), to complex (such as full versions of Angry Birds and Bastion). And unlike with Firefox, you don't need to restart your browser every time you install a new extension or app. On the downside, Chrome lacks an integrated RSS reader, which means that you'll have to come up with your own approach to handling multiple RSS feeds if you subscribe to more than one.
Posted: 12-05-2013 @ 12:42:11
Google chrome is the best browser for pc it works in lightining speed as well as consume less data usage than other browsers
Posted: 07-05-2013 @ 12:23:19
Obviously Google Chrome..
Posted: 02-05-2013 @ 14:02:46
i have google chrome and moxilla firefox but my preference is google chrome always
Posted: 12-04-2013 @ 14:09:07
google crome
Posted: 10-04-2013 @ 10:30:27
Mozzila is best according me... When i use google chrome in my desktop or laptop even in my friend's pc, it crashes... And make the pc in unstable condition...
Posted: 30-03-2013 @ 17:01:45
For browsing speed Google Chrome For faster loading of web apps especially facebook apps Mozilla Firefox For minimal data usage Opera with turbo enabled For high security Comodo Dragon browser For an allrounder Internet Explorer
Posted: 15-03-2013 @ 13:37:22
World's No.1 browser google chrome just use it, it is free to install and legal because of Google so survey says that google chrome is best for using internet.
Posted: 08-03-2013 @ 07:38:19
I thk google chrome and mozilla firefox
Posted: 26-02-2013 @ 22:59:10