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Quaon wrote:minpolik wrote:
So old, but so epic.
?????????????????? What does this have to do with computers? I would suggest that you look at the previous videos, and edit your post accordingly.
You got rickroll'd hehe
G-Brain wrote:Back to browsers I use Firefox, because the extensions you can get are just perfect to create the ultimate web browsing experience (Make it look decent with the Opaque+Cleartabs theme, put your downloads in the statusbar with Download Statusbar, block ads with AdBlock Plus, FTP with FireFTP, view source with external programs using ViewSourceWith, Google quickly using the Google Toolbar, and save and restore your sessions with Session Manager), and it's multi-platform, for me that's a huge plus. Firefox.
Alot of the addons you should really install for firefox come with opera by default. Opera is also multi-platform, windows, linux.. Hell even the wii has Opera. I've found with firefox that the extensions often cause a few issues with some poorly made and crashing the browser.
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