Loc: Finland, on the Arctic Circle
Yeah, IE9 seems to have potential and hopefully it won't be as big a headache as IE has traditionally been. As for Firefox, I just can't drop it, terrible resource hog but I'm so used on many of the add-ons I can't switch. Oddly, Safari handles most Flash better nowadays so I often switch to that for Flash content.
Flash is the reason I dislike Firefox. Not the performance of Flash, but the fact that they are at odds with h.264 means the majority of HTML5 video won't be viewable in Firefox. I'm not using a browser that forces me to use Flash when an alternative is available.
I don't have flash installed globally on my machines anymore. I use Chrome as my classic Flash environment. (not sure if you saw my other post talking about this a couple days ago.)
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