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  1. #81  
    Quote Originally Posted by miradu
    They're fun to use, and make my life more productive.
    Does it vibrate??
    Well behaved women rarely make history
  2. #82  
    Have any of you ever tried this: using the wheel on your mouse as a button. Clicking on a link with the wheel will open a new tab.

    Derek
  3. #83  
    Yup, but I prefer the mouse gestures to anything else for navigation..... Check out the "All-In-One Gestures" extension.. Takes a couple days to get used to but I cant live w/o it now!
  4. #84  
    Quote Originally Posted by Joebar99
    Yup, but I prefer the mouse gestures to anything else for navigation..... Check out the "All-In-One Gestures" extension.. Takes a couple days to get used to but I cant live w/o it now!
    I use gestures on Maxthon. They are the most underrated feature out there. At times I wonder why I bothered to buy a mouse with a back button on it.
  5. #85  
    I've downloaded Firefox and installed it (Windows XP Home), but I can't get it to work! IE still works, though. Hmmm...

    I'm using Norton Internert Security as my firewall, and had temporary disabled some of the features, even loading Firefox as a known application for the Norton fFrewall, but it still won't work!

    Sidebar: Is there a spec list of all the browsers that have known incompatibility issues with certain security software? Years ago, I may have read somewhere that Norton Utilities "works better: on Microsoft Internet Explorer, but I could be wrong.

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  6. #86  
    Another reason Firefox ain't all it's cracked up to be: corporate IT departments ban it. I am not allowed to use it at work because it opens security holes! Oh the irony!
  7. #87  
    Just get IE7 beta. We have a lot of sites for school where Firefox doesnt work right. IE only.
    Well behaved women rarely make history
  8. #88  
    I run FireFox off a thumb drive on my work PC. All the data gets cached to the thumb drive and not the PC (www.mobilefirefox.com).
  9. #89  
    Quote Originally Posted by KRamsauer
    Another reason Firefox ain't all it's cracked up to be: corporate IT departments ban it. I am not allowed to use it at work because it opens security holes! Oh the irony!
    Our office has banned the use of:

    MSIE
    Outlook
    MS Word

    Since the mid 90's...many boxes don't even have web browsers.

    My professional society is in the process of moving everyone off MSIE/Outlook and into Mozilla...new and younger employees...done...old timers being ....er...pushed, cajoled, encouraged but some are screaming and kicking all the way.
  10. #90  
    Quote Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE
    Our office has banned the use of:

    MSIE
    Outlook
    MS Word

    Since the mid 90's...many boxes don't even have web browsers.

    My professional society is in the process of moving everyone off MSIE/Outlook and into Mozilla...new and younger employees...done...old timers being ....er...pushed, cajoled, encouraged but some are screaming and kicking all the way.
    Interesting how one company thinks A is more secure than B and another thing B is more secure than A.
  11. #91  
    I like how MS counts security holes in Linux as compared to Windows:

    If a flaw is discovered in Windows it's one flaw.

    If a flaw is discover in Linux, it's one flaw in Red Hat plus one flaw in Knoppix, plus one flaw in Xandros plus one flaw in .....
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