Mozilla Firefox & Thunderbird

  wrg 11:03 10 Jul 2007
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Morning all

Can anyone who uses the above let me know what they think of it and how it compares with IE7 and windows e-mail.

Thanks
wrg

  spuds 11:10 10 Jul 2007

I have three browsers on my computers. IE6 (always seem to have a problem with IE7!)Firefox and Opera. All seem to work very well, as and when required.

If one plays up, you can convert to one other others at a click of a mouse.

  spuds 11:12 10 Jul 2007

Whoops-- "If one plays up, you can convert to one of the others at a click of the mouse".

  wrg 11:14 10 Jul 2007

Spuds

Thanks for your reply, how can you change between them?

  octal 12:29 10 Jul 2007

Just click on the icon, I sometimes have as many as three browsers open at the same time for various reasons.

  Kate B 12:38 10 Jul 2007

Thunderbird and Firefox are excellent products and I'd far rather use them than the onboard apps in any flavour of Windows.

  P1d 13:01 10 Jul 2007

I agree with Kate B, always use them over onboard apps, I also use their portable versions (installed on a memory stick) so if I need to use another pc I can take my favourites, personal address book etc etc with me.

P1d

  wrg 14:17 10 Jul 2007

Thanks everyone, I will give them a try. Just one more question are they compatible with Vista Basic?

  octal 14:29 10 Jul 2007

Yes they are:
click here
click here

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