John Dvorak Uses Mozilla
Thursday December 12th, 2002
Michael Grant writes: "John Dvorak of PC Magazine has written a favorable article praising Mozilla. He says it is the browser he now uses." Referring to Internet Explorer, Dvorak says that "Microsoft has simply dropped the ball." He also highlights Opera as a high-quality browser.
Friday December 13th, 2002 11:44 AM
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If anybody is interested, I found the article (german) at: <http://www.pcwelt.de/news/software/26780/>
Some thoughts: I'm wondering: What does "Office spelling check / thesaurus" within IE mean? And: If IE7 is really detached from the OS (as claimed in the article) this could be a chance for Mozilla, because right now it is difficult to explain why Mozilla seemingly takes "extra" loading time. And it would be easier to remove IE, he he. No matter how they turn it, they'll lose in the end, cause Mozilla is technologically far superior. In fact, they already lost, because even Mozillas / Netscapes little market share has been enough so they couldn't turn the web standards to some proprietary thing.