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Windows 7: The Anti-IE: F'fox 3.6, Opera 10.50, Chrome 4.0, Safari

09 Mar 2010   #21
pebbly

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Well seriously, if it doesn't come shipped with a browser how do you download one if you have no apparatus to view webpages with to begin with?
We have a tutorial for that - http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...t-browser.html
Well, not to be argumentative here, but what's the use of that? I mean, why would someone want to have a batch file to download a browser, when they could just use another computer to download the setup file to a USB?
at the time i did not know i could go to windows update and download the browser from there , i thought i had to do it the way i did


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09 Mar 2010   #22
motc7

 
 

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Well, not to be argumentative here, but what's the use of that? I mean, why would someone want to have a batch file to download a browser, when they could just use another computer to download the setup file to a USB?
at the time i did not know i could go to windows update and download the browser from there , i thought i had to do it the way i did
No no I'm not bagging on you or even the creator. On the contrary, bravo for writing the file.

Just don't see much use in it is all. Just a comment.
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