2008 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice AwardsThis forum is for the 2008 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards.
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I vote FF, not because it's good, but because of the extensions.
If Chrome's not still there for linux then why is it there on this list? Just because its open source? Not fair till its ported to linux.
I already voted FF. Thats the only one that I use. Its good its safe and has got a lot of extensions.
I keep Opera for those websites that are such a mess that Firefox won't display them; I used to use Konqueror for that, but I really find all the KDE stuff too cluttered and clunky. For normal use, it still has to be Firefox.
Last edited by DavidMcCann; 01-10-2009 at 12:23 PM.
Reason: Typo corrected
This one is hard for me to vote because only mplayerplug-in works in Firefox. On the other hand, Opera handles Flash a lot better or does not crash. Even though I use Firefox for almost every site, Opera has made a lot of changes in 2008. Opera has provided some resilience to a Flash crash and no more ads, so I give my vote to Opera.