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Old 11-02-2004, 10:14 PM   #21
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Well, that your opinion. A lot of us are very happy with IE.
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okay, for everyone reading this, and who has ambition, let'* do a test. Everyone here running an NT based operating system [NT, 2k, XP]. Doesn't matter the service pack.

Read the Release Notes. To find out the basics of the features of Firefox.

Now, after you have read that, and still want to try it out, you can download it from here.

We will need which one you prefer, which one gave more popups [extention, plugin, etc free], which one gives more features, which one is faster, etc. You will need to fill out some system info. We can decide on that later.

So, who'* up for some testing and comparing?


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okay, for everyone reading this, and who has ambition, let'* do a test. Everyone here running an NT based operating system [NT, 2k, XP]. Doesn't matter the service pack.

Read the Release Notes. To find out the basics of the features of Firefox.

Now, after you have read that, and still want to try it out, you can download it from here.

We will need which one you prefer, which one gave more popups [extention, plugin, etc free], which one gives more features, which one is faster, etc. You will need to fill out some system info. We can decide on that later.

So, who'* up for some testing and comparing?


-justin


You could be considered quite entertaining by some. I don't think I've ever seen someone so thoroughly miss the point.

It'* more secure, not less attacked.

Get the difference, reread, learn...

I'm done, heheheh. This is unbelievable.
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Old 11-03-2004, 10:18 AM   #24
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What are we arguing about now?!

Whatever it is...STOP...NOW...

Thank you.
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