Thanks Brian for your comments.
In view of your experience, perhaps I CAN retain Netscape 4.7 and use IE
for online banking if I find the system doesn't work properly with
Netscape. My version of IE is 6. I have to use it for the English 1901
census online and sometimes it works better with other websites so I am
gradually familiarizing myself with it.
Like you, I am still resistant to IE in general. My main concern is that
people who use IE are always complaining about the amount of spam they
receive. I seldom receive any with Netscape.
> Just food for thought. I still use Netscape 4.7(9) for most of my
> browsing. If the page won't load properly in 4.7(9), I will either
> start up Netscape 7.02 or Internet Explorer. I like the older
> Netscape as it loads quicker than either of the other two and I like
> the feel of it and the menus. Especially the bookmarks handling. It is
> easy to get into bookmarks and move things around like I want. I
> don't like 7.02's way of doing bookmarks. I gave up on IE's method,
> though part of that is my resistance to IE in general.
> At 11:33 PM 9/27/03 Saturday, you wrote:
> > Louise:
> > > I finally figure out that you have to use Outlook Express to view
> > this
> > > site. I was originally using Netscape.
> > >
> > > http://proni.nics.gov.uk/freeholders/intro.asp
> > I was able to access the site via Netscape 4.7 Louise.
> > As you see, I am still using Netscape 4.7 but my bank (B of
> > Montreal)
> > tells me if I want to continue using online banking I should update
> > my
> > browser as their system is changing, effective October 1st. I am
> > reluctant to let go of Netscape 4.7.
> > Rene Dussome
> > http://www.afhs.ab.ca