Running two Browsers concurrently.

  barrydol 11:03 01 Jan 2005
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Thanks Sapins.

I've tried the Mozilla browser and quite like it. However two of my regularly visited sites only work properly with IE. Can you have instant access to two browsers at the same time? If so how?
Ta.

  Gongoozler 11:08 01 Jan 2005

Hi barrydol. Yes you can have two (or more) browsers running. You just have to set one as default. The second one you open as required either from an icon on the Quick Launch bar or from Start - All Programs. In the non-default browser options set it not to check whether it is the default browser when starting.

  john-232317 11:09 01 Jan 2005

I used to run netscape and IE, just minimise one and open the other.

  Belatucadrus 11:14 01 Jan 2005

You can run two browsers, the one that is set as default will open in the usual way, if you need to use another, you start it using the Start menu command or if you've got one a desktop icon, then navigate to the required page in the usual manner. It makes no difference having another browser open at the same time.

Or you could try the ieview plugin for mozilla click here

  LinuxPenguin 16:40 01 Jan 2005

i was about to recommend that ieview plugin. there is also a view in mozilla plugin that installs itself into ie.

very useful

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