+1 to firefox being on the downhill, they really need to slim it down, it's fast fading into obscurity. The only reason to use safari is if you use OSX, and then Chrome still (for me) just takes the cake. As to Opera, I don't really have an opinion.
+Sag-e-Attar Junaid Atari Its not because they "aren't matured 'bout Browsers' it because (a) Most Enterprises are still heavily reliant on M$ for its services, SharePoint, Exchange, IIS, System Centre etc. and they run a flavour of Windows on the desktop so its easier for the IT staff to use default config's as much as possible so the browser can be controlled centrally via Group Policies and (B) because of (a) its the browser the staff know best, so when they go home why make it difficult for themselves and to be honest most users don't care as long as they can get to where they need to go within a few seconds
Its nice to know your fun-side.Wish you are not after me, after this comments comming across upon or against you. Just from this very moment you are going down the step's of your outlook. Wish you taken one-step at a time instead of leaping and skipping and hopping without knowing the beauty of falling down when you were trying to standup with the help of a support of your loved ones in your infant day's.Remnicize those wonderful days of your growingup or before transforming to a man who stand for his individuality...By +Naveen Kandi
-1 for associating browsers with firearms. Browser let you connect you with other people and spread information to each part of the world. Firearms let you kill other people and spread destruction to each part of the world.
As I said on the person I said this with, I'd switch Chrome and Opera because Chrome is more specific and lightweight and Opera is more overkill (in a good way)... And I'd have IE leaking water out the bottom.