Serenity I run firefox and for the most part it has done well. Setup is easy and all your favorites will transfer. There are some extensions and toolbars as well as plug-ins that should be downloaded but it's easy and not too time consuming if you have broadband.Originally posted by Serenity:
I'm tempted to install Firefox but after reading several posts, links and troubleshooting info I am having second thoughts. It looks like there is a lot of tinkering to get it going to your satisfaction.
Has anyone had any problems besides the ones listed here? Will the installation alter or conflict with any IE6 or Windows files?
I feel like I am standing on the 5 meter platform of a pool, staring down at the water and wondering if I should take the plunge. Except it's not water, it's some other liquid that other users tell me is fine.
The only problem I've experienced is when I go to the 'Global Warming: religion' thread and try to read one of Crichton's speeches the window that opens is too small and I can't expand it or grab and drag it. Since I retained IE6 I open it and can access the info. I don't know if that's a FireFox problem or an interface problem with that website or perhaps its a problem isolated to my machine but for the most part I experience less difficulties with FireFox.