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RockyIV

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I was downloading 'RivaTuner' using FireFox and just as it started FireFox froze so I closed it and restarted my computer now all my BookMarks and downloaded files are gone!!! :tazz: Can I get them back?
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you can always try rebooting yoru computer to see if they come back. otherwise something corrupted you FF bookmarks, and you will have to start all over again
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Oh Thanks for the idea....man I'll have to put all those faves in again!!!Thanks anyway Efwis lets just hope the re-boot option does work!
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i would try opera im using it and its good i think its better than FF :tazz:

www.opera.com
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I also use Netscape!

www.netscape.com
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i wouldnt recommend netscape becuz its slowwwwwww when it starts in NS7....dunno about NS8
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I have NS8 and it is fast and reliable!
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I also use Opera and I'm very satisfied...I'm using it for about a year and never had any problems...

I decided to make a switch from IE after i had bunch of problems with malware...Since then, i had only one (and it was entirely my fault)! So i would definitely recommend Opera...
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Not to mention SlimBrowser!
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Their all good browsers but I prefer FF. Opera is good as well but I don't like it as much as I like FF..
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True! I choose Firefox as the best browser! Thanks!
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Opera, isnt free, unless you want to look at banner ads all over the top
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Is it alot of ads?
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I tried it yesterday, just out of curiousity, you can try it free, but they place advertisements on the toolbar at the top
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It's just 1-2 banners. If you like Opera, those banners isn't stopping you from using it.

Besides, now I have ad-free Opera, didn't pay anything for it :tazz:

Couple days ago, the registration was free for a limited time.. Just had to install Opera just out of curiosity and registered it.
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