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a recent survey by professionally certified experts in the field of browsing declared that 51.223 million people are using browsers made from wood and brass tacks.
I use the latest safari, but until this year, our publication still used OS 9.
I use the latest stable mozilla release. Because it's standards compliant and IE is a security hole size of a tunnel. I use it on both mac and pc.
IE sex, netscrape 7+, and just started using firefox. Most of my style sheets adhere to these browsers as well. Less filling(images) and taste great(faster downloads). Browsers on a MAC OS are killing me, cause of the huge buttons that OS has. Is there a way to control that?
Oh, btw I use the latest version of Safari, 1.2.
i use the latest of ie... that way i can view anything i want to.
i do have back versions of IE, netscape, and mozilla on my computer to test new pages though.
What do you expect creative-...!?!?!? I hardly reckon anyone here uses ye olde browsers such as netscape!
At home I interchange between ie6 and ff.9 with an occassional dab of opera. At work though, we use OS9, therefore I use a mix of Mozilla (out of date) and IE 5.2....
Good times indeed there....
i'm using firefox .92
it pisses on ie. from a far far distance.
Save: what about the remaining few that still use Mac OS 9? They can't use the latest versions of all the browsers. Don't forget that not all people are like you, some are lazy, some set in their ways. I'm just trying to see how many are from each.