try another browser

  GUDGE 14:02 06 Jan 2003
  GUDGE 14:02 06 Jan 2003

i use ie6 but would like to try another
browser. do i have to disable ie6 if so
where and how do i do this. thanks.

  leo49 14:08 06 Jan 2003

No, you can run Opera,Mozilla,etc in tandem and simultaneously.


  HKspike 14:09 06 Jan 2003

Not as far as I know but IE6 will be set as the default browser for a lot of file associations - in Win + E / Tools / Folder Options / File Types - and will - thru IE6 / Tools / Internet Options / Programs - check to see that IE6 is the default browser. You should be able to get your new browser to take back those options through similar paths.

  Foolsbane_1 14:47 06 Jan 2003

Opera ( click here ) is easily set as the default browser by going to File/Preferences/Default browser and selecting the options you want. You should be aware that some web pages designed for IE do not display properly in Opera.

Another alternative is to use a browser which sits on top of IE and provides improved features such as a multi-tabbed interface and built-in pop-up stopper. My current favourite is CrazyBrowser, free from -

click here

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