Mainly Firefox these days..
I've been using Firefox exclusively (at least personally) since it was still named Phoenix. I think I remember installing Phoenix 0.4 in 2002 or so?For work I use Chrome on my virtual desktop in Microsoft Azure. It's what we recommend our clients as well. But of course some of them still use Internet Explorer for some stupid reason. Probably because of one or two pieces of ancient software that rely on IE Which basically means we need to keep our product compatible with that browser from the stone age.
Oh and on my Android phones I've almost always used Chrome. But this change has forced me to reconsider: https://piunikaweb.com/2021/05/27/want-to-disable-tab-groups-grid-view-in-chrome-on-android-heres-how-to-do-so/
For years and years, HTML and CSS coding involved just constant goofy kludges to make sure websites that worked in every other major browser also worked in IE. Oh man, the style sheet workarounds alone.
Well, we do that now for Safari
.......... But of course some of them still use Internet Explorer for some stupid reason. Probably because of one or two pieces of ancient software that rely on IE ...........
Reminds me of Adobe flash player's automatic forced retirement catching a Chinese railroad company by surprise. Chaos ensued until they could find an older version to install.
Did it completely railroad their operation?
I have used Firefox on PC for many years without any issues - what issues do others have with it?
None at all