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    I find myself always going back to IE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm
    Still haven't found anything I would rather use than IE

    All browsers have vulnerabilities. It's the most popular browser that gets the attention of the exploiters.

    Firefox's vulnerabilities will be exploited soon enough.
    Just like OS's.
    Still I like Firefox because of the science and all.

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    this is a thread for year 2000? lol.obviously Mozilla Rules
    Speed like a Ferrari Maranello,this is Cable Modem http://cureblindnessnow.com/journal/60/logo.jpg

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    http://links.sourceforge.net/

    I used Lynx a while back.. now I use Links.
    Straight out of the O.S. or from remote SSH / Telnet...

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    Maxthon (www.maxthon.com)

    I regard it as the ideal IE. Has the compatibility of IE, with similar plugin support to Firefox. Tests have been run as well when running 20-or-so tabs open, as to which provided the best performance and used up the least amount of memory - Maxthon won, hands down (I read this somewhere on the Maxthon forums - may be biased, I know, but these people seem fair in their judgements, and have indeed, like myself, given other browsers a fair chance.)

    Oh, and it's free. :2cool:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gza
    Maxthon (www.maxthon.com)

    I regard it as the ideal IE. Has the compatibility of IE, with similar plugin support to Firefox. Tests have been run as well when running 20-or-so tabs open, as to which provided the best performance and used up the least amount of memory - Maxthon won, hands down (I read this somewhere on the Maxthon forums - may be biased, I know, but these people seem fair in their judgements, and have indeed, like myself, given other browsers a fair chance.)

    Oh, and it's free. :2cool:

    U need IE 5.5 or 6.0 so its just an addon, not a full browser.

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    Internet Explorer 6


    I know im going to get flamed for this...
    DONT WALK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryant
    Internet Explorer 6


    I know im going to get flamed for this...

    Nah u wont get flamed for picking the 2nd best browser

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    i like sitting down at the mall and watching the cuties walk by.
    Strap It On Whenever It Seems Appropriate

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    Quote Originally Posted by zooner
    i like sitting down at the mall and watching the cuties walk by.
    Win.

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    no. no, No. NO, NO... NO! stevebakh's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm
    Still haven't found anything I would rather use than IE

    All browsers have vulnerabilities. It's the most popular browser that gets the attention of the exploiters.

    Firefox's vulnerabilities will be exploited soon enough.
    But anyone can patch / fix vulnerabilities and send patches. It's open source. With IE, not only is it targetted the most, it's also closed sourced and doesn't comply with w3c standards. The latter reason is as good as any to avoid IE. They still haven't implemented full PNG image support. Lame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YARDofSTUF
    U need IE 5.5 or 6.0 so its just an addon, not a full browser.
    True, but it has so many features that it feels like a whole new one in itself, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gza
    True, but it has so many features that it feels like a whole new one in itself, IMO.

    Its the same as slim browser and myie2

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