FireFox or IE??
December 23, 2006 12:53pm CST
What do you recommend? Myself persionally, It would have to be Firefox, I've gotten so many viruses through Internet Explorer, I had to give up on it and switch to firefox, I always said the internet explorer would be my favorite browser, But nahh, As soon as I downloaded Firefox to test my site frames on a different browser I stuck by it, as I got hardly any viruses from it, Also, Internet Explorer Is prone to hackers and key loggers, And I wouldnt want people to know my info.. So yey firefox is the best for me
7 Oct 07
Hi priceless, I like mozilla firefox because it is much secured when compared to internet explorer. It has an advanced security feature which makes it safe to use. I like also the add-ons, plug-ins, and extensions of mozilla, thus making it more useful. However, I also used IE because there are some websites that cannot be opened by mozilla, so I used it rarely. Have a nice day and God speed!
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23 Feb 07
I’ve spent the last week giving Firefox a test drive, and I’m here to tell you that it beats Internet Explorer hands-down. So I’ve decided to make the switch - although not completely, as I’ll explain. Even putting security vulnerabilities aside, Firefox is a superior browser. It’s not bloated like IE, and it loads sites more quickly. The interface is simpler and cleaner. Its tabbed browsing will be a revelation to those who haven’t used tabs before. There are some drawbacks, though. An entire industry has sprung up around add-ins for IE, such as the spectacularly useful OnFolio, which lets you save Web pages in a local database, and then quickly search through it. Those kinds of add-ins don’t work with Firefox. Additionally, not all Web sites display properly in Firefox. I’m editor in charge of a number of Web sites, in addition to writing books, and tools I use for the sites don’t always work in Firefox. And, of course, Firefox doesn’t support ActiveX.