The Quest for
Explorer - To use, or not to use...
within the developer-team of the Internet
Explorer have to admit: "We clearly have much
work to do"
A good, german article about this: computerbase.de.
Well - it is correct, yes. One can be more secure through
a firewall (free for private people) , e.g. ZoneLabs ' ZoneAlarm,
and a good browser-front-end such as Maxthon
(internal link, german only), which is my configuration. If
anyone coincidentally still uses Windows 98 (SE), he is able
to use the advantage of the host file of Windows, to prevent
unwanted (advertising-)servers from loading - simple and fast.
If necessary, it works as simple children-protection, too.
There are some. But they all have their (dis-)advantages,
so one couldn't make a clear decision.
you can use the great feature tabbed-browsing,
but if the application crashes, all the pages you viewed are
is nothing more than a complete suite with the Gecko-engine
and an E-Mail-client.
For sure, it's not bad, but if you want to use your beloved
mail-client in the future too, I use Eudora
(internal link, german only), you don't need a suite.
is stuffed with advertising-banners in the free version, and
therefore not usable in my opinion. Additionally, if you are
common with Maxthon, you will see that "user-friendly"ness
is possible in more ways.
I' testing my pages with all browsers that are available for
me, but nevertheless, I can not guarantee a perfect function
wit all types of OS'es and browsers.