Right now my default browser is Firefox, but I'm thinking of switching it to Safari since it runs faster. My problem is I use certain extensions that I can't imagine living without, such asâ€¦ ColorZilla, DownloadHelper, Linkification, Screengrab, User Agent Switcher, Web Developer, and Swag Bucks Toolbar.
I know Safari has the "developer mode" but I don't like it as much.
Do you know if it's possible to add any extensions to Safari, so I can have some of the above listed features (if you don't know what features those extensions give, you can check mozilla.com)
I think the most useful is Linkification, just double-click on text links, and they open as if they were hyperlinks!
Answer by Josh_M · Jun 20, 2010 at 09:42 PM
If you are using Windows, I would recommend not installing Safari. I tried out the latest version a couple weeks ago and it seemed to be the slowest browser that I had installed. I would also recommend against Chrome. Sure, it's fast but it also acts more like spyware than anything. I would go with Opera if you are trying to get away from Firefox.
Answer by catchatyou · Jun 21, 2010 at 12:51 AM
No matter how much I have to grit my teeth while saying this, Google Chrome is a very good web browser. I recommend using Chromium instead of Chrome, because it's updated more frequently.
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