I don't know FF so I can't really comment there, I've only used it twice or so.
Chrome runs efficiently, several tabs on two windows runs smoothly for me, compared to IE committing seppuku at eight tabs or so. Incognito windows are interesting. History and other traces (cookies) don't get left behind when you use them.
My favourite feature (again, FF may include it) is to highlight URLs and right click, select 'Go to'. Great when something doesn't show up as a clickable link. Options are intuitive, for the most part, the toolbar is small, the URL bar can be used as a search location (default was Bing, for some reason). Oh, and the whole thing is just kind of pretty. But that could just be me.
Firefox does just about all of that. I'm not entirely sure on the 'Go to' feature, it might be there I just don't use it, instead I highlight the link and drag it to my tab bar and it'll open a new tab/overwrite an old one depending on where I drop it.
I haven't used Chrome but as I understand Chrome is faster and lighter weight while FF is more customizable. So basically if you are happy with just a browser use Chrome, but if you want one that is a lot more personalized use Firefox.
Q u o t e: Originally posted by Oconnel
Still, it's pain to login every 10 minutes. If you forget to do that - and you are editing your new post at that moment - then another problem occur. In order to login, you must sacrifice post that you are writing or copy it to clipboard. After login in, forum will redirect you to the topic list instead of last topic you visited. So you are forced to search for it again, paste your post and then finally submit it. Pain :) Ah, and that captcha thing... I'm going crazy here :)
Firefox has a fix for that too. I'm not sure if it's default or part of Tab Mix Plus(I haven't been without it in years) but you can set a refresh timer. Go to the D3 forum index, rightclick and set up a refresh timer that's less than 10 minutes. Keep that tab open anytime you are browsing the forums and you're golden.
Before you post please watch this instructional video.