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    Yeah, after posting I went looking for it and found that there is a free version available.

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    Originally posted by Freezrburn
    I know Firefox is a free download (I recommend this one) and I think Opera is as well.
    Opera aint free (it got a free verision but it have a hue banner in the taskbar area

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    I know Firefox is a free download (I recommend this one) and I think Opera is as well.

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    I've got IE... but i haven't tried firefox or opera yet.
    do they cost anything? or is it a free download? or what?

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    Originally posted by IbSta
    ***** I voted for IE 6.0 what you gonna do now huh?
    were gonna crush ure face in :sulk:

    but fortunately the question is which do u use,not which do u like...

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    I am using Mozilla and have never had any problems with it, but Im downloading Opera to have a look and see what its like

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    Using Opera 7.51 final & loving it. Best browser out there.

    http://www.opera.com/download

    The non-java version has a 3.4MB download.

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    I don't care wht u ppl say...

    I use AVant and it works good for me...

    And i also use firefox which comes in second...

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  • replied
    Originally posted by Mr Evil
    Who voted for IE? Come on, own up so I can slap you with a large trout
    ***** I voted for IE 6.0 what you gonna do now huh?

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    AOL oonz joo!

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  • replied
    Woah this thread brings back memories.....


    ...of last week!

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  • replied
    Originally posted by z3npunk
    I use OE just 'cus that's what was there when I installed the OS. What email program should I switch to, and why?
    Thanks...
    Mozilla Thunderbird, because it won't install Blaster for you. Among other things.

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    Originally posted by Morba
    using IE is like usin Outlook Express
    pointless
    I use OE just 'cus that's what was there when I installed the OS. What email program should I switch to, and why?
    Thanks...

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    Originally posted by Mohlraax
    (btw, noticed I lost the "page bar"? Only rightclick + scroll the mouseweel, and you get a list of your open pages... even more minimalism... SE-WEET! )
    Hmm, not sure I'm ready to go that far yet since not all of my computers at work have scroll wheels. Might give it a try anyway at home.

    And yes, the nostalgia look is funny

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    Originally posted by Panama Jack
    I do web design using Opera and found mozilla to be very annoying and in many cases very non-standard.

    I can create standards compliant code that works great in Opera but fails in either/or both IE and Mozilla. And since 90% of the people out there are using IE we have to create code that is viewable on IE. With Opera I can create web pages that work perfectly on both Opera and IE without having to do anything special but half the time Mozzilla displays wrong.

    So basically if a developer wants a browser that will allow him to view properly designed web pages that do not need special code to support certain browsers then Opera is by far the best choice.
    a) you can make compliant code for any two of the browsers that fails on the third since non of the 3 bowsers is perfect. .

    b) compliant to what? http://www.w3c.org/ has an awful lot standards on the site .xhtml and html have more dtd's then my two hands fingers .

    c) i hope u use the markup validation service and don't just think that everything is alright.

    as i said none of the browsers is perfect in rendering pages and so i use the one that has the best tools for errordedection and solving.

    dominspector, developers bar, live http headers (thats really cool if you make serverside stuff too) and many more.

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