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firefox 4


jon2

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anyone tried Firefox 4 yet and is it as good as they say

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Nontek

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Yes, I am using the latest FF4. Works fine, but nothing to 'write-home-about'

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Nontek

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PS - if you use and like ImageShack, then stay with the earlier FF, ImageShack is unfortunately not compatible with FF4.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Tried it no different in speed / ease as far as I could tell except for the way it organised the cache into numbered folders.

This really didn't suit my pic veiwer program I use to search the cahce and extract pictures for saving before deleting te cache. I've gone back to 3.6.7 for this reason only.

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octal

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I did try it, but it wouldn't run some of my addons, when I went back to Firefox 3 it had messed it up, so it's been ditched.

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jon2

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many thanks for your time and comments, I will stay with FF3 for the time being

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