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  • #16
    Originally posted by eJM View Post
    I did a search to see if I can run IE7 and IE8 at the same time. Didn't find an answer. Anyone know?

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    • #17
      Thank you very much.

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      • #18
        I gave up on IE after they released 7. I had so many problems with 7 after I downloaded it. It seemed like it would freeze each time I would try to load a big page.

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        • #19
          I really like IE8.

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          • #20
            I had all sorts of issues with IE7 and now with IE8, pages load quick, no crashes or freezes and I dont have to click on FF first before IE will actually connect to the internet! I have noticed some web pages do not like IE8 though.

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            • #21
              Just updated from rc to gold. Haven't noticed too much difference.

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              • #22
                I just made IE8 my default browser again. Congrats Microsoft for finally putting a decent web browser out.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by BamaStangGuy View Post
                  I just made IE8 my default browser again. Congrats Microsoft for finally putting a decent web browser out.
                  I agree. SUPER FAST BROWSER, very stable and with very good features. Itīs my default browser again.

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                  • #24
                    Nothing comes close to Opera - most intuitive browser around, not to mention being the fastest & best looking.
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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by chrischristian View Post
                      I agree. SUPER FAST BROWSER, very stable and with very good features. Itīs my default browser again.
                      Originally posted by Razasharp View Post
                      Nothing comes close to Opera - most intuitive browser around, not to mention being the fastest & best looking.
                      Firefox is Best

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                      • #26
                        Firefox is a pain. By the time you add all the features of Opera it is slow and buggy (and less secure.. cos they're plug-ins).

                        New version of Firefox? Great - wait ages for the plug-ins you need! But hey who needs to wait, for what becomes a sub standard product anyway?

                        Opera is the most stable, most secure, most feature rich out of the box, most intuitive, most innovative and best looking browser out there.

                        I even convert mac users to use it.

                        For any heavy surfer, or professional who uses the web a lot, nothing comes close imo. The mouse gestures, the tabs (and click on tab to 'swap' tabs, great for comparing stuff) the personal bar (that allows folders too), the proper full screen, correct one middle scroll equals 3 lines, the wand for passwords etc etc etc.

                        What's the best browser for web surfing!
                        Last edited by Razasharp; Sat 21st Mar '09, 5:08pm.
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                        • #27
                          I even convert mac users to use it.
                          Convert them all
                          http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Razasharp View Post
                            Nothing comes close to Opera - most intuitive browser around, not to mention being the fastest & best looking.
                            Its all personal opinion on which is the best. For example, I absolutely hate the Opera interface and understand why it is not a mainstream browser with about 1% market penetration. I don't even use Opera Mini much on my Blackberry anymore because its a pain in the rear to use.

                            p.s. Linking to a review on your own site written by you doesn't strengthen your position.

                            Personally, I think IE has the best user interface in the game. Firefox has the most expandability. I use Firefox because its easy for me to tweak the interface to look like IE's (no menu bar, colored tabs, Aero, etc...) and get the tools that I want to us in my browser easily.
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                            • #29
                              I'm not trying to strengthen my position Wayne, I wrote the page as I seem to find that I recommend Opera a lot, and having the info on one page makes it easier for me, rather than re-type what I say all the time.

                              Besides this is not a debate where I need to strengthen my argument, I'm just saying that imo Opera is the best (and explaining why I think that) - as far as I am concerned it's your loss if you don't use it.

                              I am a very heavy surfer and have tried pretty much all of the browsers, nothing comes close to opera for the reasons I stated, there are so many things in it that make it a real joy to use. It does take some setting up though, hence why I have gone to the trouble of creating that page (which is actually a combination of previous posts I've made).

                              I may even add to it, with how-tos on saving your bookmarks and wand passwords so you can import them into a new install (say after an os reinstall) quickly and easily, it's little things like that that add up that makes me love it so much.

                              If Opera shipped with my set-up as standard I think they would take a lot more of the market share - as almost everyone who I have got to change have seen my set-up first.

                              Just out of interest - list all the features of IE that you like a lot.
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                              • #30
                                Seeing Razasharp's love for Opera, I thought of trying it for the first time. So, just downloaded it.

                                Anndddddd... I have to seriously admit that its really fast, infact faster than ie, ff, chrome. I'm really loving it, specially the smooth scrolling, the look of the interface, the ease of option switching and everything. I am surprised that the least % of people use it. BUT firefox has an x-factor, that still makes it the default browser for me.

                                btw I have no idea, how Chrome is getting popular so fast, I am just not liking it at all. Its really in its basic stage.

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