Last week we asked you which desktop browser is currently the best. After holding the first round roughly three years ago, we wondered if Firefox could still hold its own as it did back in 2010, and whether IE and Safari managed to gain some popularity. Curious? The results are in front of you.
Out of 1,219 votes in total, 3% think Safari is the best desktop browser, 4% think Internet Explorer deserves the title, 7% like Opera best, 34% voted for Firefox, and by a long margin, Chrome took the prize with no less than 50% of the votes. 2% voted for “other”.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Not only did Firefox lose almost 7% of its voters to Chrome, Opera too went down from 10% to 7%, which gave Chrome a boost from the nearly 41% it had last time to its current 50%. Impressive!
Don’t forget to read last week’s best comment by Victor Ong, who won 150 reward points for sharing his thoughts.
This week’s poll question is: How Do You Watch TV Shows & Movies?
The world has come a long way since we could watch movies only in the theater and TV shows on only on TV. Today, there are many ways, some more legal than others, to get your movie and TV fix. I’m aware that this not a very stable arena, and things change and move around all the time, so please vote according to what you do currently. I’m also aware that you might be using several methods to watch your favorites movies and shows, so for the purpose of this poll, please choose the method you use most often. Remember, this poll is anonymous.
What makes you choose the way you do? Is it convenience? Ethics? Money? Share your thoughts in the comments.
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