All browsers have problems. Google Chrome is fast, but it completely botches the back button. Hitting the back button to return to a dynamic page – search results, for instance – and the browser asks you if you want to resubmit the page. It’s a recognized bug in Chrome that renders the browser useless for most daily browsing. The new Safari is the prettiest browser, and it’s fast, but it copied the Chrome bug and is unusable for that reason. Neither Chrome nor Safari runs on Linux. Internet Explorer is a good browser, when completely patched, but is usually the slowest. Firefox runs slowly on Linux, and its bookmark synchronization component is in beta and doesn’t work on 64 bit Linux, forcing users to rely on a plugin called Foxmarks.
Try the latest development version of Opera, available at www.opera.com/next, and let us know what you think in the comments.