A couple of clients told me that Internet Explorer froze up or crashed every day. This problem actually happened to me long ago. That’s why I installed Chrome and Firefox as alternatives to IE, later setting Chrome as my default browser. I still use IE for web sites running ActiveX, such as Remote Web Workplace or Remote Web Access pages from Microsoft Small Business Server, but that’s it. I use Chrome for web surfing pretty much all the time now. It is simple, fast and stable.
This April, Chrome passed IE as #1 on the browser market for the first time. It is not a surprise for me.