You should get one and install it now, while you can. If you don't like the Netscape browser you likely won't care for the Mozilla browser. I had to do a double take to see if I'd opened the right browser when I first opened it because it looks just like Netscape. But the Opera browser has a different look and feel. It has features that IE doesn't and is a very good alternate browser choice. Just type "Opera browser" into google and it will show you a link to their site. I've forgotten it's name for certain, however, I think it is probably simply, www.opera.com but I'm not sure. Pam > >I agree Pam, even though I don't have one. :O) >I like a good challenge. :O) >Is your line of work, web pages? > >Bob Noble >> > >| Installing the Opera browser is painless, and compatible. Both >can run on >| same machine and even at same time. >| Opera is also easy to uninstall, but then, why would you want >to? I have 5 >| different browsers installed on my machine with no trouble. Granted most >| people don't need that many but in my line of work I do. The key is to >| install each into its own folder. Never hurts to have a 2nd (non MS) >| browser installed and waiting in the wings for just such an >occasion as Carl >| is experiencing. =) >| >| Pam To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.