Re: Decent browsers for Linux? Anything to replace IE?
On Tue, 14 Oct 2003 21:10:06 +0200, Alex Malinovich wrote:
> On Tue, 2003-10-14 at 12:40, Vineet Kumar wrote:
>> * Joseph Jones (email@example.com) [031014 03:35]:
>> > While I'm a huge Firebird fan, IE was better at some tasks (yes, they
>> > are non-standard HTML tasks, but what can you do when that's what the
>> > industry uses? *sigh*).
>> IMO, Mozilla is not just "decent" but way better than IE. Among the
>> first things I do when shackled into a windows box is download mozilla
>> and get that damned 'e' off of the desktop. (Then jump through a dozen
>> other hoops to make the shell barely tolerable...)
> The first thing I do when I have to use a Windows machine is either pop in
> my Knoppix CD (if I'm allowed to), or otherwise pop in my Cygwin CD and
> start up X. :)
Do you have a version of Cygwin that just runs of CD? I'd love to find one.
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