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    "Stick to Chrome, don't download paranoid Comodo Dragon!"

    April 21, 2012  |   By mauron76

    Pros

    The only pro I see is the key option located on the left of the screen. It is very practical for Windows 7 users who put all their apps and the "start" button on the top left of their screen. Therefore, it is not necessary to move all the time your mouse from left to right or reversal! I wonder why Chrome does not offer its users to choose whether they want their key option on the left or on the right hand-side!... But this is really the only good point I see for Comodo Dragon...

    Cons

    Comodo Dragon is Chrome with a bit more security, that's it! However, this added protection is pretty invasive. At the point that it becomes completely silly! Several safe swiss sites I daily used with no problem at all were purely and simply blocked by Comodo Browser with no notice except that "there may have been targeted by several menaces or hackers"! No kidding?! Come on, until now, no browser was considered as a paranoid one. But Comodo laboratory invented it : Comodo Dragon browser, the real paranoid browser which blocks safe pages without any sense or rules!...
    Besides, each time there was an update, I had to completely uninstall the previous version and then newly install the current one! Imagine that!!! I did it 3 times and complained 3 times at Comodo Browser "support" which was unable to explain me why! Woowwww, what for professional people at Comodo!...
    In conclusion, better stick to Chrome and don't download Comodo Dragon!

    Summary



    Updated on Sep 26, 2012

    @ ElObomo : You are absolutely right. I redownloaded Dragon, gave it a new try and did what you wrote. And no more problem occured...

    I somewhat regret my whole critic above because Comodo completely improved its browser. So, the critic above is valid for previous versions only. I created a new very positive one seen the major improvements made on this browser. I even gave five stars to the latter. This new, actual and positive critic of mine regarding the current Dragon version can be found here on this page...

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  • Reply by ElObomo on June 6, 2012

    Uncheck the "do not track" box - that's what is blocking some websites.

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