posted on May, 6 2010 @ 04:12 PM
I've tried a lot of browsers from your list: Avast, Maxton, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, KMeleon and a few others.
The one that I found to be the best for me is Opera. It's standard compliant, doesn't hang when loading pages, the UI is extremely responsive, and
has great features. feed reader (which I also use to download video/audio podcasts
), session manager, speed dial, private browsing, notes and
saving pages as web archives are the most important. It even has IRC and bittorrent support.
Firefox has great add-ons for web developers, but if you are not one I'm confident the best solution for you is Opera.
Another piece of advice.. if you want to give Google Chrome a try you should install Iron Chrome. It uses Chrome's engine, but it doesn't send your
info back to Google. (of course they still get info about you if you use their search engine/email/whatever
you can find it here
[edit on 6-5-2010 by Ionut]