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Anonymous

Date: Sun Mar 20 3:39 PM, 2005
Excellent Browser
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Check out and download "Slim Browser" its great...I've gone through and tried all the available "freeware" browsers and I really recommend this one!...others are good but over time you will see the flaws in them....there is just too many advantages for me to list here about the slim browser...but what i like is the one click zoom, the automatic translator and plug-ins like spell checker and voice emails!!!


I think some of the skins are really good....I got the "Star Trek" one...lol...which is pleasing to the eye!


Stability is better than IE with out annoying updates and its the fastest browser I have tried and its free!!!


Check-out http://www.flashpeak.com/sbrowser/dlpage.php



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-- Edited by QuintriX at 02:59, 2005-05-27

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Date: Mon Sep 19 1:49 PM, 2005
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i'm a firefox girl, through and through :p but in saying that, i've never tried the slim one... but i love my firefox.

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Anonymous

Date: Mon Sep 19 3:23 PM, 2005
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Yes I use fire-fox as well.... the only thing is sometimes you do need Internet Explorer to view certain things... like our home page scroller, pictures on links need IE sometimes as well...

Slim browser is Internet Explorer, it works the same, with out the annoying updates!

There is a translator on there i like and the zoom is very easy to use...

all the best...

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Date: Tue Sep 20 3:23 AM, 2005
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yeah,t hat's the only problem i have had with firefox, that some pages don't work. most of them are flash related sites... it sucks how webdesigners code stuff so that it wil only work in IE, when there are sooo many other browsers out there, that are better and stuff. grrrr!!

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Anonymous

Date: Tue Sep 20 4:32 AM, 2005
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Hi Beth,


Check out http://www.download.com they review all sorts of usful things... alot of free stuff there too... Thats where i found the slim browser...


Check out (maybe i should start up a new topic) http://www.limewire.com which is reviewed on download.com


Music is free on there... my computer is a "Duke Machine" now:)


There is an option to pay but that does not give you anything much... lime wire is so easy to use as well compared to other similar sites!


Take Care



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Date: Tue Sep 20 5:07 AM, 2005
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i have limewire, it's fantastic. i have dialup, so i don't download a lot, but my best friend's dad has dsl, so i often take my laptop and hook into his network and download songs. hahahahaha. i'm so naughty!

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Date: Fri Oct 7 1:33 PM, 2005
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bethaniej wrote:


yeah,t hat's the only problem i have had with firefox, that some pages don't work. most of them are flash related sites... it sucks how webdesigners code stuff so that it wil only work in IE, when there are sooo many other browsers out there, that are better and stuff. grrrr!!


  Even after installing the  Macromedia Flash Player plugin for Mozilla Firefox?


  We only permit the staff to use Mozilla Firefox in our office computers to reduce the attack of spyware, malware, adware etc. Security - wise one of the best browsers.


What a relief I got when I blocked all Internet Explorer browsers (through content advisor) & instaled Firefox !!



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Date: Fri Oct 7 1:54 PM, 2005
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Quin --- Thanks for the interesting slimbrowser. I'll try that out

Joseph

-- Edited by Eapen at 13:55, 2005-10-07

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