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Koretek

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I am using K-Meleon( same as Mozzila and firefox I guess) and really like it but it means restarting from scratch and tweaking it how I like it and all that good stuff. Can I use the same protection programs that I used in IE without major surgery?

I mean of course I know I can but is there a really quick way to do this . In fact Spybot S+D for browser protection would be my only concern I guess OH and I will be needing the plug-in for flash I guess.

Does anyone else have anything else they use in Mozilla-Firefox to make surfing more enjoyable that I could be doing or using?

Like drag and drop? Anyway Im having a blast playin wit it!

Edited by Koretek, 29 January 2005 - 10:40 PM.

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Does anyone else have anything else they use in Mozilla-Firefox to make surfing more enjoyable that I could be doing or using?


Since I do a lot of coding of Web pages, I use Web Developer, color picker and other Web connected extensions, but you might enjoy Foxy Tunes, Sage (RSS Reader), secure password generator, or bandwidth tester. Just click Tools>Extensions, then in lower right-hand corner of window click "Get more extensions". Take your pick. Hope you have Firefox 1.0 version. Enjoy.

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