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Well I am and probably always will be a fan of Opera but this year was my first year that I actually used Firefox alot for a change so I voted for it. It is now my first choice browser with Opera being second and Dillo third
Opera would have gotten my vote but when Opera 9 beta build 181 came out i reported the panning (shift middle click, and enable panning) not working when you've zoomed in, it just doesn't go to the right at all, and then they come up with stupid widgets, so opera lost my vote
Konqueror gets my vote, i like kde so konqueror gets it
Aahhhh, another Webbie user! Our first home internet device was a webtv, and we still have it. My wife still uses it to surf from the couch. That browser, indeed that whole O/S, is crippleware now, but it still has potential ... if only Gates hadn't bought it!