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FF may have finally won me over.

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Well, I did a fresh install of a Windows OS on one of my computers, and as usual IE is slow.  I started to download Chrome, as that is the browser I use on all my Windows computers, but then though about trying the new FF as I had read on the internet it was lightweight and fast. 

 

I just downloaded the FF Quantum 57 browser and it is fast.  I will use it for a while before I decide but if it works this way in several weeks it is a bunch faster than IE and a good bit faster than Chrome.  So we will see.:smile:

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They did make some significant tweaks to it over the last two updates.  It is my go to browser.

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On 12/27/2017 at 10:58 AM, Dr_Bob said:

They did make some significant tweaks to it over the last two updates.  It is my go to browser.

Well, FF won.  I now use FF as my browser on my computer.  I really like the new FF browser.

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