Wikipedia:Browser notes

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Browser notes is a Wikipedia page aimed at helping contributors and readers choose a web browser. There is no perfect browser for viewing Wikipedia.

Please list the pros and cons of particular browsers for viewing and editing Wikipedia articles. Limit your contributions to practical drawbacks and actual experiences with various browsers in interaction with Wikipedia. If you wish to report a bug to do with Wikipedia's interaction with a browser, see Wikipedia:bug reports.

No browser wars but if you must comment at length, take it to the Browser notes talk page, please.

Please change the order of the browsers to place the Consensus Best Browser first on the list for each platform and continue in order of preference. Keep comments brief.

The Opera, Internet Explorer, Konqueror, and Mozilla-based browsers support a direct interface for searching Wikipedia. See Wikipedia:Searching for more information.

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