At 3/14/10 06:58 PM, JKMonkey wrote:
why on earth would you do that?
To show my superiority.
At 3/14/10 05:22 PM, EvilJesus wrote:
This would be a perfect time for you to review them, it would be good for me too as I've only used like 3 of them.
How about I do this in order of market share.
Here's a comparison I did for a math assignment. http://bit.ly/browserdata
Well integrated with its other features and other MS applications.
It's features are unoriginal.
IE doesn't play nice with third parties.
The UI is a bit inefficient.
Its acid3 score is the worst of all the browsers except one, which no one ever uses.
The yellow bar is annoying as fuck to the power of 4.
Very customizable, lots of tweaks make FF do anything you want.
JS loading is medium.
If the right tweaks are made, Firefox can run faster than Chrome, the fastest browser on the market.
UI is very customizable.
RAM and CPU sucker. I can tell by how slow my computer went, and I've seen a lot of RAM suckers since my time.
Upgrading is a whore to perform. Addons become unsupported and you have to wait for the dev team to make a new version.
Sometimes addons don't work together and you end up with trouble.
GODAMMAT ALMOST PASSED ACID3
Efficient and fast.
Passed the acid3 test.
Tab repositioning is very versatile.
Somehow manages to load things faster than Safari, even though they both run using WebKit.
Extensions suck, except for the ad blocker.
Power usage probably won't do with Chrome. It'll keep sucking up RAM with every tab you open. Trust me. I ran 8 browsers at once.
Minimalism isn't for everyone.
Low CPU usage.
Attractive UI and graphics.
Great for losers who use Windows but are jealous of Macs.
Loads pages quickly.
UI is still inefficient.
High RAM usage.
Too inconsistent from the Mac version. Lots of things are and aren't from the Mac version, like a hybrid status bar and integration into the OS.
Innovative features. It introduced tabbed browsing.
It may be too different for people to understand, huh.
Most features are unnecessary. Things like voice control and window-like tab management.
Lightweight, yet still fully featured.
Just like Firefox, highly customizable.
Unstable. Flash crashed every time.
UI is extremely inefficient. Loads of buttons everywhere.
UI graphics are unattractive.
Uses Gecko like Firefox, yet loads pages slower.
Social features work well.
Clone of Firefox with social networking built in.
Uses Gecko like Firefox, yet has the performance of IE.
Don't even bother. This is bullshit.
Well, that took a long time.