Message from discussion Internet Explorer is much more powerful that Firefox
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Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2011 08:38:16 -0400
From: Big Steel <St...@Steel.com>
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Subject: Re: Internet Explorer is much more powerful that Firefox
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On 3/20/2011 9:15 PM, Kevin Bhasi wrote:
> internet explorer is better than firefox because internet explorer 9
> just came out!
> "Marious Barrier" <marious.barr...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> Why is Internet Explorer much more powerful than Firefox?
>> For example, when Firefox crashes I just have to restart it, and keep
>> browsing in a few seconds. it will even remember the tabs I had open.
>> However, when IE crashes... it takes down the whole operating system,
>> the fridge, the microwave, the toaster, and any pacemakers that may
>> happen to be nearby. Also, the neighbour's cat starts behaving strangely.
>> Now *that* is _real power_.
>> (Repeated perhaps, but sooo truuuh... lol)
On top of this, what the "Marious Barrier" clown posted is not true. IE
on Vista and Win 7 when it does crash, very seldom, it knows how to
restart itself and bring back the pages that were opened. And IE doesn't
crash the NT based O/S.
All people like "Marious Barrier" do is lie. All of COLA has nothing but
a bunch of liars in it.