metcarfre wrote:I actually prefer Internet Explorer's earlier work.
I know, the sophomore outing totally lacked focus.
Pshaw; Nothing - NOTHING has ever come close to the pure brilliance that was Mosaic; Netscape tried to repeat its success and failed, IE has always
come off as too commercial, Firefox keeps trying to be all things to all people, Opera is nice but just can't figure out what people want and subsequently never gets any attention, Chrome seems already more bought-and-sold by the businessmen than IE, and Safari is only used by snobs
I use Firefox; as mentioned it's amazingly configurable, at the price of easily becoming bloat-ware, but by keeping a close eye on it, it does just what I need.
I think it was best said that different browsers are better for different people; FF is the one that matches my needs.