+ 0 Votes Actually, I've used Firefox, and only Firefox for about six years. Deadly Ernest Updated - 4 years ago prior to that I used only Avant Browser for several years. edit = O + 0 Votes my browser habits jck 4 years ago I use Firefox exclusively at home, unless there is something I can not view on the web without IE...then I reluctantly load it. IE is the standard at work, but I put IE 3 on the machine at work. I just don't trust IE. + 0 Votes If thou is I, NO thetreverj 4 years ago I have recently became a fan of Chrome....but i have always liked the clean and crisp format of firefox as well....I still have Internet Explorer installed, but only use it in times of extreme stress....(and that is usually by accident) Depending upon the task....such as downloading, or surfing, i will use different browsers for personal preferences. + 0 Votes Only until Firefox offends me santeewelding 4 years ago Then, I pluck it out. + 0 Votes Why three? jdclyde 4 years ago I tried Opera last year but there were just to many pages that wouldn't load correctly, so I would have to close it and go back with FF anyways. I have been exclusive with FF (except for trying Opera) for well over two years now and no reason to change now. What does Chrome give me that FF doesn't? And yes, the first thing I do is get all of my users OFF IE as a browser. + 0 Votes I must admit Shellbot 4 years ago that I'm still only using IE.. haven't tried any other browser in years.. however, I plan to try out FF this weekend at home and see what I think of it.. What can I say, I'm a creature of habit + 0 Votes Tried Chrome for about 15 minutes then got rid of it. OnTheRopes Updated - 4 years ago I use FF3 quite often. I like the StumbleUpon add-on.<br> I really like Opera for speed, especially when browsing long, 500+posts, at TR. Opera is super-fast compared to FF for the same discussion. I do all of my TR browsing with Opera and have no issues with it.<br> I only use IE to get MS opdates. + 0 Votes I run Firefox only. Now, excelciors, it's your turn. CharlieSpencer_Palmetto Updated - 4 years ago Turning the question around, what do you do with three? What determines which one you use for a particular purpose or site? Edited - I posed my questions before I read your other answers. I tried Chrome twice but couldn't see any reason to run a browser that had only a subset of Firefox's capabilities. I've never tried Opera; I have no reason to do so. I'm not sure what you mean by a 'clean' look. + 0 Votes I guess I can't Jellimonsta Updated - 4 years ago I pretty much use IE (for business sites that I must), Opera, FF, Chrome and Safari on my XP system(s). I mostly just use FF for my Ubuntu JJ box at home. + 0 Votes I only keep two extras browsers installed Slayer_ Updated - 4 years ago Avant and Orca. I am not a fan of the FF interface and lack of built in interface options. I don't like the trial and error of addons either. My third would be Opera. Though I dislike how Opera handles activeX (Seems to just download them without asking) it loads pages nice and fast and gives you plenty of options for the interface. On Linux systems I am commited to Opera for the same reasons. Though if Orca ever made a port to Nix, I would use that. At work I use Avant because I need a trident browser for most of my work. Though my default browser stays as IE7 to prevent funny issues with things like WebEx which misbehaves on tabbed browsers. + 0 Votes FF and IE The 'G-Man.' 4 years ago IE just for the .net applications I need to use at work. FF for all others. At home just FF.