View Poll Results: What OS / Browser do you use?

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  • OS - Windows (NT, XP, Vista, 7, etc)

    46 63.89%
  • OS - Mac OS (all apple)

    20 27.78%
  • OS - Unix based

    9 12.50%
  • OS - Other

    1 1.39%
  • BROWSER - Internet Explorer

    7 9.72%
  • BROWSER - Google Chrome

    23 31.94%
  • BROWSER - Opera

    4 5.56%
  • BROWSER - Safari

    10 13.89%
  • BROWSER - Firefox

    51 70.83%
  • BROWSER - Other

    3 4.17%
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  1. cashen's Avatar
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    Wondering what everyone uses?
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    Windows 7 and Opera here
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    WinXP 32bit with Firefox on one computer.

    Vista 64 bit dual boot Ubuntu 64 bit with Firefox on the other computer

    With Firefox I add two important plugins; NoScript and AdBlock Plus.
    My Phone & My Wife's Phone Two Unlocked GSM Treo Pro's

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    Notebook OS = Leopard
    (Running XP thru Virtual Machine using Parallels).

    Browser = Firefox
    (on both Mac and Windows).
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    Run mainly Xp x3 ( we do have 2 vista Laps but I don't really use them)

    I use Chrome for all my Forums and Firefox for Facebook,Twitter and Streaming, Use MSN browser for my E-mails
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    XP and Firefox
    Win7 and firefox
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    Windows 7 & IE 8
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    Fedora 11 and Firefox.

    P.S. Mac OS is Unix based ;p I presumed you meant Linux/BSD/Other Unix
  9. Kedar's Avatar
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    Vista on new laptop (will get Win7 on there)... XP on old computer.

    Google Chrome for simple things and whatnot.
    Maxthon Browser for more heavy usage like flash stuff and whatever.
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    Jesus where do i start?

    OS X machine with Chromium, FireFox, but I don't use Safari. Windows 7 machine with Chrome. A Netbook dual booting Win 7 using IE and OS X using Chromium. and my work laptop using Firefox, Chrome, and IE 6 (damn work).

    Thank god for Google Bookmarks. Now if only they had a plugin for Chrome. Then harmony would exist in my world.
    Iím a lucky man to count on both hands
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kedar View Post
    Vista on new laptop (will get Win7 on there)... XP on old computer.

    Google Chrome for simple things and whatnot.
    Maxthon Browser for more heavy usage like flash stuff and whatever.
    First time hearing about Maxthon, looks pretty cool.
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    Windows 7 Ultimate and Firefox
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    I've been running Chrome pretty exclusively.
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    Windows 7 Pro. and Firefox.
    I need to put W7 on my netbook, xp has been good to me but I think it is time to move on.
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    win7 64-bit with Firefox 3.5.
    Sony Clie --> Tungsten t2 --> iPhone3g --> Palm Pre --> Droid
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    Ubuntu Jaunty with Chromium or Firefox.
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    Main Machines:

    Desktop XP and IE 8 (although, I use all the other browsers from time to time). Moving this to Win 7 soon as I build my new computer. :-)

    Laptop: Windows 7 64 Ultimate (Thank Microsoft for bitlocker!!! Have to use a usb to boot, but better than what I had before... so smooth now.

    Other:

    Mac Mini - The useful *****... keeps saying I'm going to ebay it... it was the first product I stood in line for... one of the first Mac Minis.. lol... aww.. an attachment.

    Server: Windows 7 64 Ultimate. Was using windows home server but I was managing it more than I should. Switched over to Win 7... locked it down... great "server" for home use (hooked up to TV to play movies... backup location for my other computers).

    And some other crappy machines... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by cashen View Post
    First time hearing about Maxthon, looks pretty cool.
    I've been using it since it was called MyIE2.
    It's really a powerpacked browser, not for light usage... so I use it for heavy websites and whatnot, if that makes sense.

    Plus, I don't always like using what everyone else uses. I never got used to Mozilla, but it is a very nice product.
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    My Gateway laptop runs Vista Home Premium. The browser: either Firefox or Seamonkey.

    The wife's is a HP laptop running Vista 64 Home Premium. The browser: Firefox.

    I have no idea or any interest in the 2 Apple laptops.

    The home network thing runs Ubuntu.
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    As an online director I have to make sure my pages are visible in all browsers on all OSs, but on my MacBook Pro I primarily use Firefox.
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