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Internet Browsing

What kind of device do you use the most to surf on the internet?

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Desktop for me for sure - I prefer a decent size screen with real estate so I can see everything I need to see. Occasionally, when I'm out I'll use my phone, but it's mainly to check something rather than actual browsing. I had a tablet (well, I still do, it's out on loan) but for the life of me I have no idea why I bought it, as it just became a dust collector lol.

I've tried loads of different browsers, but for some reason I always come back to Chrome as I feel more at home with it. My phone uses Safari.