Started by rpb3000, May 13, 2006, 11:25:21 PM
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Quote from: "Exa"I'm not an anti-Microsoft person (don't have serious problems with their OSes), but as I experienced, firefox/lolifox is a bit more stable.
Quote from: "CaptBrenden"bet the admins of those sites hate you
Quote from: "CaptBrenden"like what?I just remember it was a pain in the ass to learn to use so i sopped, as IE did what i wanted just fine.
QuoteI just remember it was a pain in the ass to learn to use so i sopped, as IE did what i wanted just fine.
QuoteAnother advantage to firefox is it's cross-platform. M$ dropped IE for Mac back in 2003, and they've never made one for Linux. To use IE you either have to fanagle it into Wine, or run some emulator. Too much hassle for what it's worth, IMO.
QuoteWhat is there to learn? It's a browser! Type and Click! and extensions? it's all XML and ECMAScript. I don't understand what's to learn
QuoteI don't think there's as much to complain about Windows as many people say there is, but I will say that IE is crap. IE was great when it was doing NEW things, but now that is no longer the case. Hell, Firefox may crash more than Billy Joel, but at least it's doing new things (and yes, tabbed-browsing is not one of them). That being said, I don't think a debate over who has the best browser is ever going to persuade anybody of anything. Really, it all more or less boils down to a matter of personal preference.
Quote from: "NejinOniwa"...if FF DID crash like billy joel on crack.
QuoteIn fact, it is way more bugless than IE since it's got WAY more people working on it constantly and providing bugs and fixes, fixing new bugs in at most a week - while IE STILL has bugs left unfixed that's been there and been known since the release of SP1.
Quote from: "A Wise Person"A man convinced against his will, is of the same opinion still.