Don't want to stick with Microsoft's default browser applications? Here's how to explore your options.
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What's it like to be one of those businesspeople who surfsthe web with a browser other than Microsoft's InternetExplorer? It's a very small hassle, a tiny inconvenience-offsetby a greater sense of security.
I have my own favorite, but my job dictates that I regularly useInternet Explorer and as many other browsers as practical. Theworst thing I've noticed about browsing with Mozilla, Netscapeor Opera is that, sometimes, you'll land on a web page whoselayout is slightly off because the site was tuned to display inInternet Explorer. Or maybe the page will blank out on someauto-loading multimedia item.
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