zmatt wrote:Firefox, mainly because once I get used to an interface and a system that is good and works, to get me to change you can't just be as good, you have to be much better. It's the reason I started using Firefox in the first place, IE 6 was just so bad in comparison, once I used firefox there was no comparison. Opera and chrome may be good, and I have used them at different points, but they aren't THAT good if you get my drift. I have been noticing firefox start to slow down with newer releases and it's feeling more bloated. I may have to go to chrome due to it's stripped down nature. How are they are addons now btw?
I made the switch to FF for the same reason as zmatt. But for me, the switch to Chrome was just as intuitive. FF had been getting slower and slower. Chrome was simply fast. As an added bonus, it has a cleaner interface and saves more screen space for the page being displayed, rather than wasting it on menus. The developer tools are also pretty nifty. I missed a couple of my extensions when I first switched, but Chrome now has plenty of extensions to keep most everyone happy.
When the newest Opera came out, I had several friends encourage me to switch. I gave it a whirl, but in the end, Opera is to Chrome is like the cabin of a stealth bomber is to the Staples easy button. If you want a million options laid out constantly before you, go with Opera. If you want easy, go with Chrome. I picked easy.