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    i downloaded firefox 4 last night and wow how fast is it, before the window is even fully open its already at your homepage. its looks different to the older version but not hard to use. worth looking at peeps
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    I downloaded it on my personal laptop, but it isn't compatible with some of my add-ons so I'm still using the old 3.x





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    I think it's great I have tried IE9 on my parent's laptops and I also think that has been a significant improvement on all previous versions. I think Firefox 4 has the upper-hand, though.
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    I installed IE9 last night but I haven't tried to use it yet.





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    Got FF4 today. Gotta say, so far I'm impressed. Very quick!

    Not sure about some of the redesigned elements yet though. May take a bit of time to get used to.

    Tom (... did I tell you I have a nice, new, shiny Macbook Pro to use it on?)

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    I love it on my Win 7 desktop at work. I downloaded it for my Mac only to find it's not compatible with the PowerPC Mac...

    Oh well... Took a while, but eventually found 3.6.16 to re-install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStrickPhoto, post: 249112
    only to find it's not compatible with the PowerPC Mac...
    Upgrade time!

    Tom (... you gotta. It's a necessity!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 249114
    Upgrade time!

    Tom (... you gotta. It's a necessity!)
    Believe me - I would be first in-line if I could pull it off. But, I need to save up some fundage first!

    Figure a new desktop is going to set me back close to $5k.

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    if you need any older versions of most software look on here, its all free when you click on what you want, to the right is all the versions you could possible wish for

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