Do you like MS Internet Explorer 7 ?


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Keltzar

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I think IE7 sucks. Debating whether to go back to IE6...
why oh why must I have the address bar above all the other bars, for a start?

What do others think?
 

mojopy

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the update is ready to install on my laptop
but i just refuse to click install :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

arpinkor

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I have neither the inclination nor the balls to upgrade to IE7.
Me happy with Opera and Firefox for now.
 

deckard

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firefox for me. very powerful :thumbsup:
 

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IE7 very resource hungry?
Heard from a friend after he installed, regretted, his whole system slowed down.
So my guess is if you have like 512mb ram and below....better don't try. Maybe your
system specs cannot take it. Hehe

Is it still still in its beta trial testing stage?
 

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I am using Firefox but have the IE7 which I seldom use but it comes in handy where certain sites don't work well with other explorers except IE.
 

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My home is using the IE7 and my office com is using IE6. I still prefer IE6, but starting to get used to IE7 liao.. Is it just me, but I feel that the loading of a webpage seems to be slower on IE7 compared to IE6.
 

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I use IE6 in the office, Safari 2.0 on my Mac and now IE7 on my home PC.

If nothing else, it's tough to remember so many sets of commands...

I might try to roll-back to IE6 at home ... I spent more time fumbling around in IE7 than surfing last night.
 

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My home is using the IE7 and my office com is using IE6. I still prefer IE6, but starting to get used to IE7 liao.. Is it just me, but I feel that the loading of a webpage seems to be slower on IE7 compared to IE6.
I agree. IE7 slows down my computer and loading the webpage is very very s-l-o-w.
The only good thing about it is we can uninstall :D :D
I uninstall it and back to IE6!
 

ah.zeep

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FireFox :thumbsup: :) With the all-in-one gestures extension (which is like opera's mouse gestures) :thumbsup:
 

Big Kahuna

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IE7 for me both in office and home......you just have to get use to it....although I must agree that Firefox 2 is a better product....but too bad...lots of our application is not netscape compatible :sweat:
 

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I think IE7 sucks. Debating whether to go back to IE6...
why oh why must I have the address bar above all the other bars, for a start?

What do others think?


No I dun like IE7, but I have adapted to it... Resistance is futile :devil:

Firefox rox still. :thumbsup:
 

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I think IE7 sucks. I regretted upgrading from IE6. :(

But aiyah, matters not. Now I can rely on Safari instead. :)
 

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I installed IE7 and couldn't have tabbed surfing even when the settings are correct.

This prompted me to install FF jus to see what's so good about tabbed surfing.

Now I'm hooked on FF with it's so many "add-on" and I find them very useful.
 

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