Re: [NTO] Re: PopUps
- I recommend either Mozilla or Firefox for the browser and Thunderbird
for email. Since IE is a core part of Windows, you will still have to
install every security update just to make sure there is nothing that
could get through. Some sites may only work with IE, such as Windows
Mozilla products had a recent patch, but it was only for Windows
versions. The problem patched is related to one of the patches MS
I'm sure there are some good points to Microsoft products, I just can't
think of any right now. ;-)
> Thanks to all who answered my question about PopUps, and to those who intend to answer.
> The more I read, more questions arise.
> 1. Option: Install a new Internet Browser (Mozila or other): In IE toolbar I have "NoteTab" as the text / HTML editor, one click and there it is available. Next tool I have there is "SnagIt".
> Can these tools be "Integrated" into another Browser.
> What happens with IE - as I read somewhere it is almost imposible to uninstall it.
> If IE remains (but not in use) - what about periodic Microsoft updates.
> 2. Option: Stay with IE and install some recomended program: Well, the "Proxomitron" sounds interesting, so I opened that site and got confused which file to download, I am not connected through a proxy, I am connected (ADSL) to an ISP and it seems to me the IP is fixed.
> About SpyWare programs - installed Webroot's "SpySweeper 3.0" and satisfied with it.
> I would like to recomend "MailWasher Pro 4.1".
> Thanks again
> Mordechai M.