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      10-14-2006
can i add another browzer like firefox and still keep my ie as well. and if
so how can i do that.
 
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      10-15-2006
Yes. Install it.

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      10-16-2006

Montreal MCT wrote:
> Yes. Install it.


Wowzer ! TMML !

 
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