I second that. I work in computer/network security and Internet Explorer is a very big problem. It accepts "Active-X" controls (e.g., downloadable software) over the internet. Most of the trojans, keyloggers, and other nasties that get placed on your computer these days come through Active-X. Mozilla Firefox doesn't understand Active-X, so you stop about 90% of the attacks right there.DaleH":1v3nwwt2 said:...I also use Mozillla Firefox as my browser at home and have 1/1000th of the problems iwith my PC as I ever did with MS Internet EXplorer.