Which Browser Engine do you use?

<p>Do you use Trident, gecko, or webkit?</p>

<p>Um...I use the internet.</p>

<p>Web Browser<a href="Firefox,%20IE,%20etc.">/b</a> =/= Browser Engine
Search **Engine<a href="Google,%20Yahoo,%20Ask,%20etc.">/b</a> =/= Browser Engine
Gecko, webkit, Trident = **Layout Engine
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<p>Gecko.</p>

<p>10char</p>

<p>^^ No, the OP is arguably correct, though layout engine is a better term.</p>

<p>At the moment, I'm using WebKit (Chrome), but I often browse text-only with elinks. It's kind of a boring/pointless question though...</p>

<p>Chrome herro</p>

<p>chromium .</p>

<p>Technically, "web browser engine" and "layout engine" refer to the same thing. "Web browser" alone refers to Firefox, IE, and whatnot. So if OP used "browser engine" as a shortened form of "web browser engine," OP is correct. Even though no one actually asks other people what browser engines they use, seeing as web browsers can be described by their engines and that web browser names are more well known.</p>

<p>Gecko (Firefox).</p>

<p>Also, to save anyone the hassle:
Trident (IE)
Webkit (Chrome, Safari)
Presto (Opera)</p>

<p>I'm using lunascape, which has three of the engines in one browser.</p>

<p>@Reedan why did you ask?</p>

<p>Webkit 10char</p>

<p>@getin why do you ask?</p>

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Even though no one actually asks other people what browser engines they use, seeing as web browsers can be described by their engines and that web browser names are more well known.

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This. 10char</p>

<p>Whichever one Firefox is.</p>

<p>Chrome</p>

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<p>EXPOSED!</p>