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Yes, as the others said, you can certainly install as many browsers as you wish. On my desktop, I now have four browsers installed - Firefox, Chrome, IE, and Safari. I usually use Firefox, rarely use IE (for me, IE is slower). I just installed Chrome recently, so I haven't use it much yet. I don't use Safari much either, but it's there just in case.
I personally like to have multiple browsers in case I'm having issues with one or the other. I have found many times that for example, I'm using IE and some web pages are loading way too slow or not loading all the images, etc, if I go to the same site on Firefox or Chrome, everything works and loads okay and browsing is MUCH quicker. This is my main reason for having so many. I have found the same thing with my smart phone (Galaxy Nexus). I have three browsers on it and use all of them. Some sites I visit work better or quicker on one and not the other. On my smartphone, I like Chrome, especially for blogs and news sites. It seems to make all the text and such fit perfectly so I don't have to scroll to the right.
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