That won't exactly help the issue, just his opinion..by the way..dont use opera.
Dumping IE won't solve anything, your choice though, I use IE and Firefox
First, I'm a girl, so it would be 'her opinion' instead. Secondly, what I said might not help the issue, but using any browser other than IE will definitely lessen a user's chances of being attacked. I never use Internet Explorer any more, and I don't suggest that anyone use it at all, except maybe to check for Microsoft updates. And even so, if one has their Automatic Updates set to the recommended settings, the updates should be downloaded and installed just fine, IE or no IE. Opera is an excellent browser. My classmate has it set to his default browser on his laptop and when I last tried it out, it was the single fastest browser I've ever used. The only thing that's keeping me from using it is the ad space it now has on its interface. All I can say is - both Firefox and Opera win IE hands-down in terms of both speed, efficiency and security.
Also, who knows? I've had people running into problems accessing certain websites using IE, but once they'd switched to an alternative browser everything worked just fine once again. If you really like IE so much though, ssone
, sure you can go ahead and continue using it...
I've never used any of the programs you have listed before, SnowWhite22
, but if I'm not mistaken, the programs CCleaner and Killbox should not be interfering with your access to the website, so leave them alone. You could try disabling the Tea-Timer option on Spybot temporarily, I suppose. As for Ewido, I have absolutely no idea how that program works, frankly, so I'm afraid I can't help you with that.
Sorry if I can't offer any more suggestions.
Edited by cassykins, 03 July 2005 - 07:24 PM.