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Yep, yep, yep. Uh-uh! I agree. Firefox was going to be named Phoenix, then Firebird (presumably rising from the ashes of Netscape Navigator). I liked Navigator. Only switched to IE with this computer so it would do auto updates. I turned off the auto-update years ago. I learned it's better to wait a week or two before adding MS's latest fix to see if it affected other people adversely.I doubt I will ever go back. Firefox is kinda like Google -- lean, mean and efficient. I probably have thousands of favorites/bookmarks all neatly sorted. They transferred without any problem. I did have to adjust the order within folders, but laws a'mighty, I can open the bookmark management to FULL screen. I can see both name and url. Can't do that with IE. Also IE is a royal pain when I move a favorite. It inevitably pops into the wrong folder. Grrrrrr...... Firefox clicks into place, no slipping and sliding.ActiveX is missing. Do I care? Nah! I know most good web designers plan for ALL browsers. If you are not using IE the web site will automagically switch to the necessary program to allow their presentation.I like it! I probably won't add the email program, but I am thinking about the calendar if I can make it interactive with Joe.Bye-bye, I.E., Bye-bye, I.E., Bye-bye, I.E...It's great to see you go!
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