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IE7, Firefox, or Opera for Vista?


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silent_n0va

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I typically use Opera for my Vista system, but I'd like to hear your guys' thoughts on the best internet browser for Vista.
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I use FireFox on my Vista system and have had no complaints so far.
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I don't have vista but I do know that firefox is very good. It's fast and blocks popups. :)
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Safari....







No I'm kidding. Firefox offers more personalization through the add-on features. I think you'll find this is what gives firefox the edge. Security and speed wise, IE and Firefox are arguably comparable. People claim Firefox is faster but with IE8 coming out, people claim the same for IE. I personally use Firefox. Give it a whirl and if you don't fall in love with it, go to IE.

However you will need IE once in a blue moon if Firefox doesn't interpret a page correctly.
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Firefox is definently one of the best web browsers ever made. It incorporates numerous customizable features and speed enhancements. It is most certainly faster then Internet Explorer in many aspects simply because it was designed to be the fastest. (This is accompanied with enhanced security.) I would defientely recommend it.
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Not to mention it does a very good job not eating up your memory. It functions well with other programs. (albeit I have 4gb RAM)
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