I just read the previous thread about Firefox vs IE7 and wanted to post about SeaMonkey there,but i wouldn like to be accused of outtopicking ,so i concocted this title. I began taking an interest with SeaMonkey-(Browser only) when noticing Herbalist was using it in a Windows 98 box along with SSM: this combination is what i tried in my old W98 notebook which cannot anymore run an antivirus,apart from FProt DOS still for some months. They are ok together. I was running Firefox with NoScript with good results,but i was beginning to be a bit tired of having to lose time and clicking two or three times more when i was -most of the time- already protected by PowerShadow or shadowUser. So i d/l SeaMonkey for my old Compaq friend and i noticed the simplicity,effectiveness and speed of this browser. Up to now i didnt find any site or program not working with SM. Actually, i became so happy about it that i installed the new 1.1.3 version everywhere in place of Firefox. Surely i lost an important asset in NoScript ( less pain at every page..however) but i put things in Preferences so that cookies,Images,Popups and Scripts can only act in well know and faithfull sites. After such a long time with FF & NoScript is like coming out of a sickness.... I had a similar joy when i uninstalled IE7 to go back to IE6,in spite of all the alarms; IE7 is giving to many problems without insuring any real added protection,and,moreover,i only need it when dealing with MS and very very few other times. If you have a low RAM pc you can measure how IE7 slows down the machine,not to mention the thousands added files. But i just wanted to know from you all what do you think of SeaMonkey as a browser only in relation to FF/IE ,if you noticed any security problems,as, apart from Herbalist,no one recently ever mentioned it here ,as far as i know.