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      woody
      Da Boss

      I’ve come to the conclusion that nobody has the slightest idea whether IE is used more than Chrome or Firefox.InfoWorld Tech Watch.
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      rc primak

      Personally, I don’t choose a browser based on its popularity. I choose my browsers based on performance, stability and ease of maintenance. Chrome and Ie are a ties in those areas, with Firefox requiring significantly more time to maintain.

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      Walter

      I have a website and subscribe to a free hit tracking service. It provides some fascinating information: MSIE 77%; Mozilla 17%; Chrome 4%; all else 2%. I think that answers the question which is used most. That doesn’t mean IE is best. It doesn’t even mean it’s the most popular. It only means it’s used the most by a 4:1 margin.

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