Discussion in 'Computers' started by Midnight Marauder, Jul 16, 2009.
And soon, I wholeheartedly agree.
IE6 Must Die for the Web to Move On
But Firefox blocks my access to streaming content, so I keep it as a utility wedge.
You don't use IE SIX though, do you?
And I've never had any trouble streaming with FF.
I think something in the Firefox Ad Blocker keeps me from being able to stream live radio feeds.
What in the hell is wrong with you using IE6? At LEAST get 7 Dude.
And AdBlock is easily adjustable. Plus, you can turn it totally OFF temporarily to see if that's the issue. You can also disable it by page.
Call me gun shy after my last experience with downloading a new browser.
I'm sure you remember that one.
E7 works OK. They copied many of the FF features and security IS far improved over IE6.
IE6 is by far the most non-secure browser out there, BotNet operators love it.
Dude ... you need to learn how to change your settings if you're having problems with streaming on FF.
I have ZA pro, and it blocks out all those assholes.
I only use IE for streaming.
With IE6, you can pick up a bot and your Zone Alarm will never know it. Or care.
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