IE9 is not that bad. I prefer the Chrome interface, but other than that I have no real issues with IE as it stands today.
I have 5 browsers installed on my computer currently. Mainly because if I do web design I want to make sure it looks good on different browsers.
I have extensions on Firefox that I don't want to have on my primary browser (Chrome). I have Safari because iTunes bothers me about it so much that I might as well install it, plus it is the primary browser of Mac users, and it is important things work well with Safari. And then I have Opera. It is my second favorite browser, and has a really clean interface, and some cool built in features for streaming and accessing my media via the internet.
I was a victim of a series of accidents, as are we all.
I find it odd that it has gotten to the point where I trust microsoft more than google. Their privacy policies scare me. That's why I'm a FF guy.
I keep trying Chrome, but have too many problems with other sites (not this one). But I agree with you - I know where MS is making it's money from me, but Google not so much. I don't get it when people that implicitly trust Google (or Apple (or Facebook)) yet totally distrust MS. The quality of the finished product is definitely up for debate, though.
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