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    Question inquiry on switching between browsers?

    i have 2 browsers. firefox which is set as default and IE7. how do i switch back to IE7 then return back to FF?


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    Hi,

    Not sure what you're asking. You can simply launch both and alt+tab back and
    forth. If you want to change the default, you have to do that through the
    control panel/default programs.

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    Uninstall FF.
    Its crap.


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    thx homies...sorry if mention FF here as this is vista territory i see.

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    >> i have 2 browsers. firefox which is set as default and IE7. how do i
    >> switch back to IE7 then return back to FF?
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    > Uninstall FF.
    > Its crap.


    It's better than IE 7.


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    well i was able to switch browsers without any complications. thx homies

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    Default Enquiry on switching between browsers?

    Use the "Default Programs" applet.

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    thx for reply mate

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    Gummy bear sp1:

    Go to the FF add-ons webpage and do a search for IE Tab.

    It is a really neat tool that allows you to open a webpage using the IE Engine within FF so you never have to switch between the two ever again.

    It also lets you add domain names to a list that will always open using the IE Engine. It makes seeing a webpage in IE within FF totally seamless.

    I showed it to our IT guy at work and all he said was "that is the sh!t".

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    I wouldn't say it does so seamlessly, I have always noticed a somewhat larger loading time when opening a page with IE tabs in Fire Fox.
    And I never knew about that domains bit, thanks!

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