R several browsers runnable on the same computer?

  Revi 07:51 20 Jan 03
  Revi 07:51 20 Jan 03

I've heard so much praise about Opera that I would like to try it out. My current browser is I.E. & I also use Outlook Express for my mails. Can I try out Opera w/o touching my current settings? That is, I would like to try Opera only if it possible to have my old browser intact & undisturbed.

  Lú-tzé 08:09 20 Jan 03

Yes, install Opera but don't make it default for opening web pages etc. There is a free (ad ware) version our you can pay to have an ad free version.

Also try Mozilla - much better to my mind.

And you can have many different browsers - I HAD Opera 5, IE 5.01, Netscape 4.72, Netscape 6 and a beta of Mozilla at one stage. Now I stick with Mozilla for most everyday browsing and IE5.01 for any sites that don't like Mozilla (they are fewer every day).

  Revi 08:13 20 Jan 03

Will try it out as per your info.

  Lú-tzé 08:17 20 Jan 03

Revi - you're welcome; just remember to let us know how it goes.

  Tazfan 10:03 20 Jan 03

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