Oh I know. Chrome sold me the first day I used it. Can open it and be browsing while the computer is still finishing booting up. To launch IE or even FF it'd take several more minutes.
Just goes to show you that browser compatibility testing is a security risk itself. Why else would google employees have had IE6 on their computers then drop support after this incident? [img]/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
Actually, I'm now finding that FireFox takes longer that IE to boot. I run FF3.0, IE8, and Chrome 3.0 on my laptop, and when I launch all 3, Chrome is by far the first to launch, but FireFox launches way after IE. I remember when FireFox was a very lightweight browser. Plus, I only have 2 or 3 plug-ins installed, so it's not because of the add-ons. It's a little sad, actually.
9 out of 10 people I prove wrong agree that I'm right. The other person is my wife.
I got chastised the other day at work for upgrading to IE 7. "They" also tried to take away my admin privileges on my machine because I had Firefox installed. Much political intrigue, miss-citation of policy, and pee-pee whacking later my machine was left alone.
Are those type of people called "wonks"? What exactly does that mean anyway?
If you're a slave to your free associations, does it automatically become something else?