Re: Customer Complaints about IE 4.0

Rudy Komsic ( (no email) )
Mon, 26 Jan 1998 06:36:48 -0500

I must agree with Mitch, IE does run way faster than Netscape. I did the
comparison tests myself and Netscape Lost major points on loadup time, Java
execution, ease of use and most importantly crashing.

IE will stick with us.

-----Original Message-----
From: Gregory W. Bondy <gbondy@MAELSTROM.NET>
To: <>
Date: January 25, 1998 3:25 AM
Subject: RE: Customer Complaints about IE 4.0

>I humbly suggest we get off this thread quickly, or a holy war will erupt.
>But, for the record.... You must be on drugs to think IE4 uses 2/3 less
>resources than Netscape. ;)
>At 11:37 PM 1/24/98 -0800, you wrote:
>>No, IE4 is a BROWSER and BROWSER only, the fact they are having problems
>>means they installed MORE Than the browser. There are several options for
>>what to install, and many choose to install more than "just the browser."
>> I assure you, IE4 BROWSER is ONLY a browser and it does absolutely no
>>integration with your desktop unless you tell it to, it does not default
>>it. :)
>>And actually, IE uses about 2/3 that of resources than Netscape.
>>From: Michael R. Conder
>>Sent: Saturday, January 24, 1998 11:35 PM
>>Subject: Customer Complaints about IE 4.0
>><<File: vcard.vcf>>
>>I have had many complaints about IE 4.0 from customers. Many don't like
>>the fact that it is more than a browser, it is an operating system
>>upgrade. Some have had troubles removing IE 4.0. IE 4.0 seems to
>>really suck up the system resources on some slower Pentiums. My vote is
>>with Netscape.
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