I voted IE but I just installed Firefox there now, and I have to say I'm pretty impressed so far. I was actually very surprised at the filesize! It was under 5 meg, and at first I thought it was just a setup file which would download more stuff from the internet as Microsoft's product does, but nope, one download and that's it. I'll use this for another while and see how she handles ;)
If I get everyone in the company and all our customers (several hundred) to vote next week will get a reward? :)
They'll all vote IE of course as that's what we outfit our machines (and those we supply to customers and support our software on) with.
99.9% Opera user. 3.7 Mb download with all the bells and whistles :). Have firefox but use it seldom. Too many add-ons needed to bring it even remotely close to Opera.
Use IE only for microsoft updates.
I use firefox on windows and linux. i havent used IE in over 2 or 3 years except to test my website out on it. but thats about all i use it for. its to damn insecure for me and the fact that i use linux when im not at work. so that is another good reason ;) but i have just slowly grown to love mouse gestures after my long use of opera and now use them in firefox and also i love tabbed browsing as i normally have 5 or more webpages open at once :p
I've edited your email address from your post, because it is not our policy to have members requesting the answer to to emailed to them. Doing so helps no one but the person asking for assistance, and our problem resolutions should be available for all to see.
You should also post your question in the Internet Explorer forum section, if that is the browser you use:
Damn shame that. If people used a better browser we wouldn't see so many spyware problems ;)
You mean "a different browser"...
And you're quite wrong, if more people use different browsers that just means the malware authors will target those in addition to (or instead of) IE.
It's economics of scale, when there's 10.000 people using an application there's no money in scamming them or stealing their data.
When there's 10.000.000 things become interesting.
The first malware targeting FireFox was I think already floated some time ago...
And of course most malware doesn't rely on activeX at all. It just tricks the user into downloading and installing some application with promises of something free.