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From Johannes Tyve <johannes.t...@telia.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache/Browsers: Maybe OT
Date Tue, 17 Feb 2004 17:14:44 GMT
That's only true for browsers other than Internet Explorer (on Windows) 
where IE is a part of the OS.

Only one Intenet Explorer version at a time (unless you do some hacking).

Regards,
Johannes

Brian Dessent wrote:

>Ben Crane wrote:
>
>  
>
>>I know that, I'm just assuming (rightly or wrongly)
>>that having 2 or 3 browsers running on an OS "might"
>>cause problems...I was wondering if anyone else had
>>done that same as I want to and whether it's practical
>>or not.
>>    
>>
>
>A browser is just a regular application, there's nothing special about
>it.  This question is the same as asking, "Can I install two text
>editors, will that mess anything up?"  At the moment I have Internet
>Explorer, Crazy Browser, Netscape 4.x, Mozilla 1.6, Firefox 0.8, and
>K-Meleon installed.  I think you'll find a lot of developers do
>something similar for testing purposes.
>
>Brian
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