Rotsblok wrote:I use FF now and will still be using it over 10 years. No matter how great IE will be..
Mainly because it does what it needs to do, and if you want more then you can download add ons for free. Also no problems
That's a relatively naive statement in an ever-changing technological world.
While I certainly don't plan
on using IE in the future, I won't rule out the possibility. Who knows what might happen with the internet 5 or 10 years from now. Firefox could become the piece of junk, which is unlikely due to forking ability, but it's still a possibility. Locking yourself into one program is not a good idea, which is why I like to keep myself proficient in multiple programs, whether proprietary or open source.
The coding scheme really doesn't matter to me (though OSS is preferred). I use products that are good products. Plain an simple. Should IE become the best browser out there 5 years from now, I'll be using it.