Thread: high speed internet browser
- 7th June 2009 #1
- Join Date
- Apr 2009
high speed internet browser
which is the best internet browser...?
- 7th June 2009 #2
Well currently IE8 is the best browser and its now free too..its faster than before, more secure than Firefox.___________________________________
- 7th June 2009 #3
- 7th June 2009 #4
That could be the start of a long debate___________________________________
- 7th June 2009 #5
i use kmeleon and its the bestt!!!!!!!!!!try out now.....
(except one thing, when you open new tab, it wont show the previous one, i dont know if its my fault or its the browser, noone helped either..)job takes the child away.
- 7th June 2009 #6meetdilipGuest
I use Google Chrome. It is the fastest. Each tab runs as a separate process. But no add ons. So I use it for safe sites like IBB. For others I use Firefox.
- 7th June 2009 #7
- Join Date
- Aug 2007
K-Meleon. Avoids many plug ins and addons.
When you download you get a window showing
I found it to be a better browser.
Using FF mostly / but also use Chrome/IE8 ( cannot avoid it !)
Opera and K-Meleon.
- 7th June 2009 #8
yaar kmeleon can be a better browser..but yes some things are not helping in it..sure..job takes the child away.
- 7th June 2009 #9
- 7th June 2009 #10meetdilipGuest
I used to have safari before. But found Chrome better. It used to crash earlier. A lot. Now they have fixed it.
- 7th June 2009 #11
yaar safari mujhe bhi pasand aya ...job takes the child away.
- 8th June 2009 #12
- 8th June 2009 #13
- Join Date
- Feb 2008
chrome is very light , and loads very fast , i guess many browsers at its initial stages ( like firefox ) were like this . then as the newer versions arrived it kept getting slower and slower. hopefully chrome can maintain this..
- 8th June 2009 #14saurav_kGuest
I use different browsers for different purposes. K-Meleon is the most used browser on my laptop as it has very low RAM (256 mb). K-Meleon is a very fact and resource friendly browser. Maybe Chrome gets rated as fastest browser, But I think speed of any application is best understood when tested on a slow Computer (less RAM). I find K-meleon at least twice as fast as Chrome.
Also the absence of Drop -Down button in the url bar for getting a quick list of recently visited sites is a major drawback of Chrome. I only use Chrome for orkutting.
- 8th June 2009 #15I didnt get you. why wont it show th previous tab?? the tab browsing is just like any other browser in K-meleon.
PLS understand.. when i make a new tab in Kmeleon, my current tab (from where i made new tab) will hide..and only way to get old tab is to close this tab by clicking the close button which is shown below the window's restore button...
- 8th June 2009 #16
this is my problem
pls see this and tell me how can i go the previous tab from where i opened the new tab....
now after i opened the new tab i cant see my old window from where i opened this newer one...but the previous window is opened in background..
so i click this option to get back to my original window(which is still there in background but not accessible..
- 8th June 2009 #17saurav_kGuest
- 8th June 2009 #18
bagair tumhare yeh zindagi sooni sooni ho gayi thi....:lol:
sorrry it says i need to spread some rep before spreading around...
koi nahi udhar raha...
Last edited by mickey; 8th June 2009 at 01:15 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
- 21st March 2010 #19pankajadvGuest
I love the mozilla firefox,.....i think evey google chrome can not get the position of mozilla....ya.it aslo depends on ur uses also...
- 21st March 2010 #20
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- 21st March 2010 #21pankajadvGuest
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