Discussion in 'other software & services' started by funkydude, Aug 25, 2010.
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That's the cleanest I've ever seen IE. Maybe they'll go a step further and finally change that god awful big blue desktop icon.
This thread shoud be read by those who are still using IE6. They are dragging webdevelopes behind, and they shoud know there are other alternatives, even new versions of IE.
Really? Anydays I will take one single opera before 3 or more IE9 free offered to me! Btw, I don't even have it installed in this old xp setup, IE6 was/is even to "new" for me... : )
And, is there already some kind of Win7Lite Pro available now to rip IE9 off my next snapshot config?
It looks like Chrome. I wonder where the address bar is going to move once you open a bunch of tabs.
It does look clean, mind you, what about the other toolbars?
Looks pretty cool, but it does look just like Chrome, which is fine with me.
Gave it the ol' Aero interface look
Personally dislike that look.
I guess I'm going to just have to get over that gut wrenching feeling I get every time I see Vista/7 and now IE.
I'll just keep my negative thoughts and comments to myself, but I'll definitely be sticking with FF. For that matter, I'm sticking with XP (classic interface too) until it's no longer possible.
Dislike the way everything has to look cartoonish now.
Oh,it looks like Chrome.Chrome has affected the UI of the other mainstream browsers.
But I have a question.Where can the toolbars be located?Without the toolbars,it will be a little inconvenient to use IE.
The widget that looks like a gear, to the far right, under the "X".
One would assume it doesn't look like Aero if one has Aero turned off.
I absolutely love it, very high quality graphics and very minimalistic.
I am just wondering how it will be when you open a lot of tabs, sure the tabs will become smaller on each time you open up a new one, but will the addressbar stay the same size?
Also I think it doesn't look like Chrome at all, which is a good thing. Firefox and Opera looks a lot like eachother. Safari and Chrome ofcourse. But I think IE looks quite different.
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