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Why Use IE when you can use Mozilla!!

Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by Tuppence2, Jan 24, 2003.

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  1. Tuppence2

    Tuppence2 Guest Thread Starter

  2. Rhettman5.1


    Sep 24, 2002
    you can't fling the cow !!! :D :D

    Seriously though , I have I/E6..Opera 6 ... Mozilla5.0 rev1.2.1 ... Netscape 6...and the Off By One browser . All just to tinker with, I have found I/E works better with more pages than all the rest. As far as speed goes, Opera and I/E are about the same and Netscape and Mozilla are slower with my dial-up. There really is no reason to stick with one.

    I use opera and I/E at the same time often...just my 2 cents :)...Rhett
  3. Tuppence2

    Tuppence2 Guest Thread Starter


    For your information, I can now fling the cow. Are you gloating because I couldn't?

    I use Mozilla because it's not Microsoft and is not targetted by virii, etc. so much as I.E.; and Eudora, for the same reason, instead of Outlook Express. I find very little difference in page loading speeds.

  4. Rhettman5.1


    Sep 24, 2002
    Whatever do you mean...everyone knows i am a serious member and only come here for the superb technical advise I recieve....:rolleyes: ;) ...Rhett
  5. pyritechips

    pyritechips Gone but Never Forgotten

    Jun 2, 2002
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    I had Mozilla on my Linix, and since Peny started this thread I decided to try it on Win98.

    I like the way it operates but am I the only one that notices that it does not render fonts very well?

    I have a smiley mousetrail on my site. It runs on a small java script. Mozilla doe not let that run.
  6. Tuppence2

    Tuppence2 Guest Thread Starter

    Hello Jim,

    Your smiley mouse tail sounds nice:cool:

    Fonts seem to be OK with Win2K. May be a little less crisp. I wanted to use a browser that was more secure than IE, and less open to attack. I have been very happy with it since loading it.

  7. plschwartz


    Nov 15, 2000
    I have the lean version of Netscape 7.1 which I downloaded from www.sillydog.com.
    with its multiple tabs it isperfect for fighting with Mr. M, as I type on one tab and search on others.
    Cons: No spellcheck
    In IE I like the way I can get a second copy of an entire thread, so I can surf from the middle of a thread and then go back to my place.
  8. Tuppence2

    Tuppence2 Guest Thread Starter

    Hello there,

    I find the "tabbed" browsing really good, too.

  9. Rockn


    Jul 29, 2001
    I agree with Pyrite, the rendering of the fonts is not very good at all. Every site looks completely different from the way I wrote them.
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