I have gone back to SeaMonkey from Chrome for my browser for the ScienceSprings blog (MusicSprings remains in Firefox).
Chrome began to irritate in a number of areas: I am constantly adding new bookmarks for research sites. Sorting the folder is too many steps in Chrome, go to the wrench, click on bookmarks, click on Bookmarks Manager, click on the folder, and then sort. How many steps? On SeaMonkey, just right click on the folder and sorting is in the context menu.
My biggest source for news is Google Reader for RSS. I have about six separate readers for news, computing, Classical music, Jazz, Basic Science, NASA. In order to see a user id, I need in Chrome to type in the first letter. In SeaMonkey, just click in the dialogue box and they all pop up.
There is no speed benefit in Chrome to offset these little peeves. So, back I went.
It was a snap to update my bookmarks with an export from Chrome and an import to SeaMonkey.
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