I use IE and I like it. I have tried the others and always switch back to IE.<br>I was just checking the stats for my Beach cottage site, and was amazed at all the Mac visitors lately. Then I realized by looking at the stats that 11 were from MacMinute...hehehe.<br>I forgot that I had put the site in as my homepage.<br><br>
I've visited your Beach Cottage site, Lori. We usually go to the Jersey shore, but have toyed with going up to New England because my wife's family is all up there (one sister in Florida). It looks very nice!<br><br>I use IE, by the way.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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i have tried 3 or 4 different ones. the most exacts since june. <br><br>i used to have 3 - 4 % macs in the beginning so rising that to 43 % = 16 000 is maybe not bad... compared to the other ... <br><br>Giaguara<br>
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i guess 95-98% of peeceeists use IE.<br><br>so 50% of macs are in netscape derivates?<br><br>a quick research... lets say 80-100 votes gives that 10 % prefer IE and the others chimera, omni and mozilla. = 90%. but i guess not all mac users are young or follow what's trendy.. or if they have 9 or 8 of cos it0s different...<br><br><br><br>Giaguara<br>
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