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Re: Microsoft vs Firefox
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Re: Microsoft vs Firefox Nov 12, 2004, 17:40
Nov 12, 2004, 17:40
 
Call me a fan boy if you want, but who actually cares about a tabbed browser???? WTF, it isn't like the best thing since sliced bread, especially since it is just as easy to change browser windows as it is to change browser tabbed windows. I've used it, woopty-sh*t.

Security; the same old argument applies here as it has to all Mac fan-boys who have touted that Macs have far less viruses. If the people who find these security holes in IE spent as much time looking for holes in Firefox there would be the same number, but why focus time and effort on something less than 10% of users have? Some of these holes in IE security have been in IE since before version 5, and they are just now finding them? I would say that is a pretty obscure threat until an exploit is released.

As for your other two examples I have not been exposed to them and so i have no comment. (And apparently no need for them either.)
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