I just switched to Chrome from Firefox, though the thought of Google storing my searches makes me feel uneasy...but it is also helpful to categorize common searches...helps making finding things on the big, wide web that much easier, not to mention provide a glimpse of world trends and paradigm shifts.
Then again, Google has me by the proverbial balls...I use GMail, GChat, Reader, Calendar, and Google Documents religiously. Now use Chrome, and I like it so far (it's easier on my RAM than FF).
I have the Firefox 4 Beta, and I like the changes thus far. Doesn't feel as bloated as Firefox 3.x. They moved the tabs above the navigation bar, which I prefer (although they are not at the very top of the screen). It's still buggy, but I feel like they finally listened to some of the complaints about FF that have cropped up in the past two years or so.
Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"
Google Chrome is not bad, it's light and fast. Somewhat buggy though.
Weathergirl: District 38 is sunny. Slight rock showers this morning. Chance of rock showers into the afternoon—20 percent. District 39 is cloudy. Chance of rock showers this afternoon—10 percent.
Edward: Bebop here here! Alright woo hoo!
Weathergirl: Chance of rock showers today upgraded to 90 percent.