In the last few weeks, we've been treated to a bevvy of major browser releases: Chrome 10, Internet Explorer 9, and Firefox 4. If you're not a fan of the big three, there are other alternatives. Opera 11 came out in December, and the latest version of Safari was released in June. We can pull server stats to see which browser is the most popular among TR's readership, but we're more interested in which of the new arrivals you think is best. Let us know in this week's poll; you can cast your vote below or in the middle column on the front page.
Last week, we inquired about how much storage capacity is enough for a system drive. Interestingly, virtually the same number of people voted for 120GB (22%) and more than 200GB (21%). 13% of those who voted need at least 80GB in a system drive, while 11% can make do with 60GB. Another 10% require 160GB, and 9% think 100GB is enough. Only 7% of folks think they can live with 40GB or less—we're guessing they're not going to be installing many games. The rest of the vote was split between 200GB with 6% and 180GB with 1%.
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