Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker
IE8 finally got it right - rock solid stable, making the others' features seem amateurish by comparison.
I for one will choose to disagree there. I think most features are better implemented and more useful in both chrome and firefox. IE has just playing copycat lately in that regard.
Quote: Originally Posted by whs
I have tried to get my arms around FF a few times. It is just too messy for me. I like things to run optimal out of the box. I am not a friend of a gezillion add-ons.
I don't use a gazillion add-ons either. I use 4 of them, and they are very helpful for me. (ad blocker because another site I visit is littered with ads, chatzilla for occasional IRC use, Free Download Manager because I have to throttle my bandwidth while at work so I don't crush our small internet pipe, and httpfox so I can debug problems with our web applications).
Quote: Originally Posted by PooMan UK
One thing to remember especially for corporate users is that 80% of the banks do not support ie9 yet and from the ones I've spoken to won't be supporting it for quite some time. (some of them don't support ie8 yet)
Ironically, the 1 site that I have problems with with IE9 RC is the site for administering MSDN accounts. I always get an error when I try to click on our corporate account. I have to use IE8 or below to access this Microsoft site.