Just use Firefox It's easy to delete URLs
The benefits of using Firefox keep jumping out there. Need any more reasons to switch? LOL!Originally Posted by blevesque
Before switching, read this article.Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
September 27, 2005Dear CNET members,
Once again we revisit the popular browser wars, but this time, Mozilla Firefox is in the hot seat, rather than Internet Explorer. As more and more users shift to the popular Mozilla Firefox browser, hackers follow. As a result, many recently published articles have declared Firefox to be less secure than Internet Explorer. Do you think this is true or just a crock? Is Firefox paying the ultimate price for popularity? Will it eventually become more vulnerable to attack then IE, or has it already reached that point? Where does your confidence level sit with Firefox? I know you have a lot to say, but before you hop on the soapbox, read the latest Security Watch article:
[QUOTE=Trezurs*-R-*Fun]Before switching, read this article.
Then go ahead and switch. If you use common sense, keep your virus scan software up to date, and maintain a firewall, the average user should have no problems. It's the clueless that get burned.
[QUOTE=WhereRWe?]Then why switch, your logic is good both ways!!!Originally Posted by Trezurs*-R-*Fun
There is no way that I know of to do this. But if you have an adress that you don't want to lose or use a lot then you should bookmark it.Originally Posted by dave1976
I see no benifits to switching to Firefox. I have both and still like IE.Originally Posted by WhereRWe?