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Old September 11 2008, 08:55 AM   #46
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Re: Google ownz your browsing

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I use Safari on my Mac and I just love it. It's a great fast browser and it has all web standards supported. I'm looking forward to trying out Google's Chrome as it is not yet available in version for OS X. Btw, I'm new on here, nice to meet you everyone
I was a big Safari fan until I tried out Firefox and discovered the NoScript add-on. There simply isn't a way to implement such features on Safari at this time, or I'd switch back. Safari's interface and key commands make much more sense to me, but its limited expandability means I had to leave it in the dust. If an OS X version of Chrome is released, I'll definitely try it out, as I have all the other browsers out there. P.S. welcome to the boards...try not to get TOO addicted.
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