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I've been having a slow Internet for a long time...first I thought it was the lack of space, now I bought a new hdd and space is enough (still I definetely need to get more RAM). However, the net is still slow. I was recommended to change Internet Explorer to the latest version 7, but I find it loads even harder. So I finally changed to Mozzila which clearly works a lot faster for me (though I heard it also uses more cache).

My problem is the display of fonts with Mozzila. Unlike Explorer the fonts aren't smooth and there isn't any option to smoothen fonts as far as I searched. My eyes are hurting and the fonts in Explorer are much better, still I hope there's something to change them in Mozzila too.

I found the option of choosing Clear type from desktop/properties/appearance, but while the Internet pages become clear to see, the fonts in all other XP applications become very blurry and terrible to work with.

Is there a solution to make fonts smooth in Mozzila? :)

Thank you in advance for looking into this!

Edited by Kristina, 21 March 2008 - 10:28 AM.

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Answering your original question "which is better," I would say Opera. It does some pretty awesome prefetch stuff, and is probably your best bet for a quick browser.
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