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Best internet browser
#26
safari Wrote:Safari-the world's best browser. It's free. It's safe. It's better.
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I won't say so. I once installed Safari, because I liked the design, and when I opened it there was a problem with the text being displayed wrong, or was missing (I’m talking about the text of the browser’s menu). I then searched the net for this issue, and I found out a lot other users inquiring the same subject. This means it’s not a reliable application.
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#27
I may report the same issue, something went wrong with it.
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#28
The Opera is so smart, as they've launched the "Opera Mini" browser, which it's so far the best cell phone internet browser of all...
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#29
for a cell/smart phone the best browser is the fastest browser. In this sense, I'm satisfied with the Internet Explorer.
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#30
I wonder is there any special version of Mozilla Browser for PDA’s? Or you can just go and install the standard version?
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#31
Hakan G Wrote:I wonder is there any special version of Mozilla Browser for PDA’s? Or you can just go and install the standard version?

From what I know only specially designed softwares will fit in a PDA.
It is still a pocket PC not a notebook.
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#32
Thanks for clarifying this; I was wondering the same question.
Too bad notebooks are not that compact as PDA’S are Smile
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#33
PDAs usually support windows mobile, while windows mobiles support .cab files, not .exe files
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#34
M.Helen Wrote:PDAs usually support windows mobile, while windows mobiles support .cab files, not .exe files

What do you mean by exe and cab?
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#35
Hakan G Wrote:
M.Helen Wrote:PDAs usually support windows mobile, while windows mobiles support .cab files, not .exe files

What do you mean by exe and cab?

that' the extention of the executable files in desktop or mobile windows.
For example the file that you click to play a game is : game.exe
On PDA's they don't work, you need : game.cab
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#36
Thtat's strange. I don't have any files with .exe on my computer.
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#37
Hakan G Wrote:Thtat's strange. I don't have any files with .exe on my computer.

That is because the file extensions are hidden by default.
In order to see its extension see this link: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.fileinfo.net/help/windows-show-extensions.html">http://www.fileinfo.net/help/windows-sh ... sions.html</a><!-- m -->
It's a step by step guide.
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#38
thank you for the information Nicholas. I knew it is hidden, but I didn't know how to make the extension appear.
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#39
Not at all.
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#40
So google has launched its browser. The browser looks pretty much easy to use and is designed as if for a mobile device. That leaves a kind of modern print.
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#41
So, Helen. Did you love this Google Chrome browser, after you have tested it?

Honestly, I think its still on the early development stage and it will become better in the future...
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#42
I've used it and can fairly confirm that the browser is not a good one. I like the desing, but, I certainly don't like the time it needs to load a page. That takes a lot of time.
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#43
I like a lot Google chrome and do not intend to change it.... :langue Also advice to try...will not disappoint you.. Confuseduper
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#44
Firefox is the most extensible and customizable browser, also it's open source and have the fastest JavaScript engine, i think it's the best one.
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#45
It's immortal theme, guys Smile, and we can argue about "whos browser is better and why" for ages, to each his own and every should choose what's better for himself. Programmers are using FireFox in majority, Chrome is pretty faster too, but if you're coder you definetly will have to install all kind of browsers: FF 1,5-3,0 , IE 6-8 , Opera, Safari, Chrome.... and so on... :lol:
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