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Netscape Problems / IE7


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wmasterxl

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Is anyone else having problems using Netscape 8.0??

I downloaded it last night and already encountered many problems, one of them being the Flash Plug-in crashing and shutting down the browser. I mean, when the [bleep] has that ever happened before?
The interface is also pretty cluttered. Overall, I was disappointed.

Firefox is great but I constantly have to use IE due to many sites not supporting Firefox for things like video streaming.

As much as I dislike Internet Explorer, it seems like the only way to go.
And when IE 7 comes out and included features which makes Firefox so great, I see it as the only browser of choice.


P.S. Does anyone know when the IE7 beta release is?
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makai

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IE is just not secure! When IE7 comes out, it will be no different. Speculation, but "justified", I would think.

Haven't used the new Netscape yet as I don't see a reason to switch over from FF.

By the way, FF has the ieview extension. Ever heard of it? It allows you to view a web page in IE from you right click menu. Check it out here...

https://addons.mozil...&numpg=10&id=35

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