Last week we asked you about your tech-related new-year resolutions for 2013. While not many readers voted, one answer emerged as the most popular one by quite some votes, and it’s definitely a surprising one! Ready to find out?
Out of 162 readers who voted, 6% plan to increase password security, another 6% want to support/contribute to an open source project, 10% plan to open a website or a blog, 12% want to waste less time online, 13% want to start backing up their data regularly, 14% will clean up and organize their hard drive, and 19%, more than any other option, want to learn how to program! Another 12% told us they haven’t made a resolution, and 7% chose something else.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Don’t forget to check out last week’s best comment by Lisa Santika Onggrid, who told us everything she would like to accomplish in 2013, and won 150 points for her efforts!
This week’s poll question is: Rematch: Which Is The Best Desktop Browser?
It has been 2.5 years since we last asked you this question, and its high time to see what has changed in the browser scene. In October of 2010, Firefox won the nod for best browser by a small margin, and IE and Safari trailed the group with almost no votes to their names. How do things look in 2013? Is Firefox still your favorite browser? Are smaller browsers eating away at the big names’ leads? Did IE and Safari manage to gain some popularity? It’s time to tell us which browser is the BEST!
Don’t forget to explain your vote in the comments, and tell us what makes your favorite browser the best. What do you think has changed since 2010 in the browser scene?
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