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Hey all. I'm a linux user however I still use windows. I have a question for all of you. Have all you users that, not only use Mozilla and it's variants but any browser other than IE, have had some coding problems on websites which makes your browser unusable, forcing you to go back to IE?
If I stumble upon a site that isn't actually compliant and coded for IE only, well that's the designers fault on that websites end. Its not going to force me to use IE though, I just stop going or using the site.
Actually I find Mozilla faster than IE. I don't use IE unless I have to, I get more script errors and the printable view doesn't work for my hotmail account but Mozilla and Konqueror does work, go figure.
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Ughh... there is no product worse than IE, it is the worst piece of crap ever written. The IE team was probably drunk when they were writing the source code. No errors in any other browser would make me want to use IE and execute code from a website, without my permission, to modify my hard-disk.