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Old Sep 03, 2003, 02:36 AM
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[B]I'd say mozilla is the way to go, right lazza? (lol) [/B]


I'd say the answer is........

*ANYTHING* other than M$ IE6, Opera is good too and a lot of people like Avant etc, etc...
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Old Sep 03, 2003, 03:58 AM
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Anyone familiar with Crazy Browser??
I've heard it's supposedly pretty good, never used it though. It apparently has a tabbed interface and popup killer built in.
Curious as to whether it uses it's own source code or not?
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Old Sep 03, 2003, 06:32 AM
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From ***********.webattack.com/opinions/for_crazybrowser.html

Better
Recommended: Yes By: Some member Date: 1/25/2003 06:34:00

I ve come back the Crazy after using MyIE for a spell. I have nothing bad to say about the latter, but Crazy just does it a tad better -- at least to my taste. Excellent and recommended.



Must have!
Recommended: No opinion By: Wolfsong Date: 4/22/2002 22:59:00

This is a must have app for the power browser or anyone doing lots of research. It simplifies the launching and navigating of muliple webpages. Still has some minor flaws but the savings in system resources alone makes this worth having.



Very practical enhancements to IE
Recommended: Yes By: LimaLima Date: 1/30/2002 07:10:00

Very good browser shell. The tabs are very practical and pops-up become less annoying. It contains alot of extra-functionality. Worth the download!



Try Google ***********.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&q=Crazy%2BBrowser
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Old Sep 03, 2003, 07:33 AM
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Well if Wolfsong and LimaLima recommend it, it must be good!

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Old Sep 03, 2003, 08:13 AM
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Do detect a wee bit of sarcasm with that remark insomniac???

Try it yourself, Crazy Browser freeware can be downloaded @ ***********.crazybrowser.com/download.htm

Also look @
********ppcompas.apcug.org/bb0210.pdf (page 3)


***********.avantbrowser.com/
********download.com.com/3302-2356-10216505.html

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Old Sep 03, 2003, 09:16 AM
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[B]Well if Wolfsong and LimaLima recommend it, it must be good!

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lmao - Whatever wolfsong recommends, I'm there
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