What kind of Internet Browser do you use?

nicko

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In trying to make the Cafe a better place, it would be really helpful to know what type of browser everyone is using. Netscape? Internet Explorer?

I am pretty sure that we did this thread once before, but since we have so many new people it would be do it again.



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ie 5.5. Don't like it, though, does anybody know how I could get ie5 again (the microsoft site doesn't have it anymore)?
 
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Yikes! A triple post! I think I need a new mouse!

[This message has been edited by Greg (edited 10-28-2000).]
 
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I've been using Netscape for a while and have gotten use to it. It was the browser that came with my internet provider software. But I do use Explorer on ocassion.
 
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Usually Netscape, but our ISP is getting to be unreliable and we're getting DSL pretty soon. After we get that, who knows?
 

isa

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Netscape[emoji]174[/emoji] Communicator 4.7.

Thanks for all the time you spend on making ChefTalkCafe better for all of us Nicko.
 

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I use IE 5.0 with a cable connection. DSL rules!! I can download high graphic pages in seconds and download software in minutes when it used to take me an hour.
 

nicko

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Pete, DSL at home? Man I am so jealous, I am still on a 56K modem. How much is DSL costing you a month?
 

pete

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NIcko I am with AT&T @home. After getting off to a rocky start with it (I almost cancelled due to a technician error when it was first installed) I now love it. So much faster than 56k!! And the best part is that right now AT&T is offering a great promo. They will install for free (including hardware and software) and your first six months are just $19.95. After that it costs $39.95 a month. I figured it out. Even when I start paying $39.95 a month I will be saving money. I was paying $19.95 a month for MSN, another $25 a month for an extra phone line, and $15-30 a month in per minute charges from Ameritech. So I figure I will save $20-40 a month. God, I sound like an advertisement. LOL
 

nicko

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Hey M, is the spell check feature working on your netscape or no? I am assuming it is not.

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