Brenna, If you want to experiment a little, try Mozilla http://mozilla.org or wait a couple weeks and when it comes out, try Opera 7.0 http://www.opera.com The bookmark issue you mentioned in another post about Netscape is not fixed in Mozilla, but I am told there is a resolution available by using Jetlinks http://www.manfred-dahlhoff.de/JetLinks/ FWIW, I've never had a crash using Mozilla or Opera 6..bugs maybe, but never a crash. John <><><><><><><> brenna_99_ca@xxxxxxxxx wrote: > > >I didn't use 6.1 long enough to come across that >problem. I had bigger issues. Like kernel 32 errors >and BSOD's. Ugh! Ah, well. The best Netscape I had >was 4.3...or was it 4.1? Can't remember now. Since >the last format and restore in March, I've been >running with just the one browser (IE)installed and >it's been going well. I just wondered what the word >was on Netscape 7.0. If I had another computer, it >would be kind of a hoot to use this one to try >different programs and such, always with a view to >being fully willing to have to format if necessary, >because there is a part of me that is curious and >likes to learn about that stuff. Being a product >tester would be rather interesting, if you weren't >depending on that particular computer for other >things. And then the other, *real* computer would be >kept nice and stable and functional and *there* when >we need it. But when you've only got the one and >everyone needs it, it's nothing but a bloody pain to >have to be constantly fighting problems, so I just >won't put myself in that position anymore. > >So has anyone heard about an IE 7.0 yet? With >maybe...*no* security thingies to patch every other >day or so?<b.e.g.> - Users can unsubscribe from this list by sending email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface at http://web.tampabay.rr.com/spider1/24hrsupport.htm.