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Thread: Which one???

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    Which one???
    This is the question that may be a lot of people are trying to get the answer of, and the question is.
    Which browser will rule the world for next 5 years???

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    hmmm...i think FF would be just fine but then again with the new IE7,you may never know

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    There will never be just one. Any programme that tries to do everything will fail, because there will always be a lighter programme elsewhere.

    There will probably be IE and Firefox up near the top with a few other specialise ones coming up second.
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    FF is good and I use it as well But I have noticed that there is some sort of error. Its when I open pages and it says "Document Contain No Data" or some thing similar.

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    Firefox is pretty cool and I agree that some data aren't showed the way they should be.. And some images doesn't show.. like if it should be RED X if there's an error in the link instead a blank page...
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    i would have to agree with you.. i've been using firefox too.

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    As much as I hate to say it, I think IE will continue to rule the web. Partly because it is installed on pretty much every PC that is sold as standard. That is a huge percentage of the market. The FF crew is mostly web developers and designers. Then of course you have the ol mac faithful but I dont see any of these posing too much of a threat.

    Firefox is on a steady rise though, which is good but I wont be getting too excitted just yet.

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    In the upcoming version 1.5 (currently Deer Park Alpha), there will be explanatory error pages instead of error dialogs for, e.g., page not found errors and the like.

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    IE, it has to be said
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    Firefox is not even 5 years old, so it's silly to think there may be no other options but IE and FF in five years. In fact, five years ago, people were still using Netscape!
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