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Computer users, faced with never-ending security attacks from surfing the Internet and opening e-mail, are showing increased interest in switching Web browsers. Downloads of popular non-Microsoft Web browsers have doubled this summer, software makers say. The trend toward considering alternative browsers comes on the heals of a warning in June by the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) to stop using Internet Explorer (IE) until Microsoft solves the worsening security vulnerabilities.
There is another alternative available in the form of MyIE2, an MS IE based Browser. When first launched, it was classified as a Browser Wrapper.It is fully configurable, with the ability to import and use the Google toolbar, too. It also offers tabbed browsing, just as Opera, Mozilla and Firefox do. Cost? It's free, donations are acceptable. See URL, copy and paste into your browser.
Got to be worth checking out.
Of course this ignores the fact that it only adds basic features that MS themselves haven't borrowed and reproducted yet, but still relies on the unsecure and buggy IE core, which is what people want to get away from.