On Wed, 17 Oct 2007 23:23:48 +0100, Benjamin A'Lee wrote: > > Unfortunately, Firefox isn't always an option, especially on e.g. > corporate networks. > Actually, I believe it is. I run around with a memory stick (well, actually, two of them, but only because I never really got my act together) loaded with software to make Windows at least partly useful. Firefox is one of the programs I typically have loaded on this stick. This avoids installing Firefox on every Windows system I encounter.
But I believe Firefox is also one of the few pieces of software that can be installed on a Windows system without administrator privileges; you just install it in the user account space, and the Windows system will remember it with the rest of the "user account settings" and not trouble other users of that system with it. But I'll also have to acknowledge we're getting well off topic for this list here. So I'll shut up now. -- David Benfell, LCP [EMAIL PROTECTED] --- Resume available at http://www.parts-unknown.org/ NOTE: I sign all messages with GnuPG (0DD1D1E3).
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