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  • Reply by Lance B on February 22, 2014

    Chrome is now a horrible browser. We know so many ex-Chrome users that have now switched to FF. We hear it almost daily in our shop. FF is slightly faster overall although it has a slower start-up time but the biggie is that Chrome now seems to act like spyware with Google's obsession of collecting data.

  • Reply by wyzwyk on February 20, 2014

    Guy, just what browser are you reviewing? If it's Chrome why don't you be a good little troll and go back to the cave from whence you came. Chrome is the "Best browser in the world..." NOT! It's a minimalist POS with a GUI you can only customize to a very limited extent, and its made by a company that could care less about your privacy. Other than its speed I think it's a turd.

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