As frequent readers will know, I recently triple-booted my new laptop with Ubuntu 13.10 as one of the host operating systems. However, Chrome has been acting up a bit. When I went to start Chrome from the launcher, it would instead start an icon called "Getting Started - Google Chrome" (other people have reported "New Tab" and "Chrome Settings" as their icon label of choice). If you pin this icon, Chrome does not start when clicked; if you pin the other, you'll always have two Chromes in your dock.
I really wanted to get a solid journal of everything I did and didn't like about each of the five browsers on the net, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Opera. So I'm putting this up to compare and draw differences between several key features of the browsers themselves.