If You use Internet Explorer

  woodchip 22:33 04 Dec 2006

Check this out, It may be for you. click here

  citadel 22:40 04 Dec 2006

I don't get it, why would you want ie6 after you have installed ie7.

  mammak 22:41 04 Dec 2006

I have lost any faith I ever had in IE 7 recently or 6 for that matter, I prefer firefox and a I intend to stick with it

cheers anyway :-)

  skidzy 22:44 04 Dec 2006

Hi Woodchip

If im reading correctly,sounds a little risky and only valid till next April,also unsupported.click here

However im sure some developers will be interested.

  woodchip 22:44 04 Dec 2006

Well I use Netscape but most will not move from IE. Even with the IE7 Problems

  skidzy 22:54 04 Dec 2006

Agree Woodchip,most will stay with IE.

I think Firefox is catching up slowly though,especially with the IE7 problems.You only have to watch this forum to find out how many are switching to Firefox.

Personally,i believe MS released IE7 to early,but hey we get this with any new program i suppose.

  Technotiger 22:56 04 Dec 2006

Hi, no doubt you have seen all my IE7 comments - I have now decided to stick with IE6, Fullstop!

  mammak 22:56 04 Dec 2006

It's the IE 7 problems that have put me of IE of any version.

Ps.used Netscape years back and have been thinking of installing it again as a second option to firefox.

  woodchip 23:07 04 Dec 2006

I use Netscape 7.2 as my Browser and E-Mail.

But also got Netscape 8.1.2 this as Spyware blocker built in. but no Mail Client. It works with Firefox and IE engines. But Default is Firefox. It swaps as needed for Web Page

  woodchip 23:08 04 Dec 2006
  Spark6 23:27 04 Dec 2006

I have left IE6 on the desktop and have 7 on the laptop. No major problems to date.

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