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May 21, 2015

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Ted Banks

I teach an online course for Loyola Law School, which requires faculty and students to access the lectures and other class materials via browser. Until recently I was a Chrome user, with a bounce over to IE on occasion. The IT folks at the Law school advised that we should switch to Firefox for our classes, because it works better. So I tried it out. I was very impressed. Fast and problem free.

Ted Banks

john upton

To the Future Lawyer: Did you try getting rid of all the extensions and add-ons instead? Nothing against Firefox Fox but I always understood that in their un-added to form, Chrome was faster.

Harold Goldner

Have been migrating in the same direction myself. One by one my systems are moving over to Firefox. Chrome has become the nightmare Internet Explorer used to be. Except for its interactivity with Android, it is mostly a RAMsucking, crashing, gallumping monster at this point. And, if I do as Mr. Upton suggests, removing all add-ons, I've got a browser about as useful as IE.

Miriam

For the very same reason, I recently did the opposite - I moved from Firefox to Chrome. However, I've lately noticed a slowdown which I was attributing to new software. Maybe it's Chrome (sigh).

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