Friday, November 11, 2011

Google Chrome Browser

I have been a die-hard Firefox browser user for many years.

A few weeks ago, I upgraded my version and was quite happy with it.

The speed was the most improved feature I noticed, and I was able to browse along nicely.

Then I noticed that I was being signed out of all my websites.

At first I thought it had something to do with Norton, my internet security program.

But it became quite evident over a period of time that it was my newly upgraded firefox that kept logging me out.

I checked all the options that were recommended to keep that from happening.

I also deleted a couple of files that had to do with cookies being stored as that was also recommended to fix the problem.

Well, when it started happening while in the middle of browsing, one minute I was fine, the next I was logged off of all my sites, I couldn't stand it any longer.

I wasn't able to find any other fixes for it, so I decided to give the Google Chrome browser a try.

I thought firefox was fast - chrome had the sites loaded faster than I could click them.

I can't figure a way to bring my hundreds of bookmarks over from FF - it just won't import them even though it tries to.

Since it has only been a day I have used it, I will try to keep my excitement down.

I will continue to use it for my drops each day - they fly.

I may eventually use it full time, but since FF has the bookmarks, I will have to stay with them for the time being.

Chrome is different from firefox, but I like it.

If you haven't tried it, check it out - it is free to download.


1 comment:

  1. you can import all you FF bookmarks. go to the options page,than click personal stuff,than click import from another browser,click from firefox click OK and you are inbusiness.I know I did that as well. I noticed that chrome is even faster than the current version of firefox (7.0.1).