And why are you inundated with MSN sign-up ads? Perhaps you have an MSN sign-up
program on your desktop that should be deleted. Often such programs gets
installed (not only MSN, but AOL and other ISPs as well) during your OS
installation. If that is not the case, maybe you should try a pop-up stopper
Quote:> Multiple and random problems with Netscape 6.2.3 on 2 new
> PC's with WinXP finally pushed me to IE where I am also
> experiencing multiple and random problems.
> Bookmarks - IE has a lot of trouble importing from an HTML
> file created by Netscape6.2. It also arbitrarily
> reorganizes Favorites including repeats under different
> folders. The Favorites editor is a nearly useless little
> window; easier to just go into Favorites in Windows
> Explorer. AND why can't Favorites be listed by URL?
> Browsing - some sites, like www.accuweather.com, cannot be
> found by IE so I have to go back to Netscape to look at
> them. And no, I didn't block cookies from that site
> because I could never get to it to tell it I didn't want
> Preferences - When I tell Netscape that I don't want to
> see animations, those annoying flashing ads stop flashing.
> When I tell IE that I don't want to see animations, I am
> still inundated with ffllashingg ads! But then again, I
> also told Windows and IE that I DON'T WANT MSN
> approximately 1437 times and I am still inundated
> with "opportunites" to sign up for MSN.
> Oh well, back to Netscape and dodging AOL ads. At least
> there I can use my Bookmarks.
I tried downloading the new Iexplore 6.1 Service pack, but
once i go to install it it complains that the Proxy server
is incorrect and that i need to input a proxy server
address... help. Netscape 6.2 works perfectly on the other
hand. When i download any other browser such as Opera, it
doesn't work either.