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Which is the most secure browser?

I think Firefox is the number one browser that concerns about your security the most. Firefox cautions about "phising" sites. Those are sites that resemble the genuine article, yet are possessed by other individuals which can read all what you write in there, including your login name, secret key, your own information and all you write in the fake site. Firefox helps you recognize this sort of site pages, blocking access to those locales. For more details read my this blog- Why Firefox Browser is Best for You?
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why is firefox not loading web sites properly?

if you have another browser you can use temporarily, like IE or Google Chrome...then go to your control panel, program uninstall and delete Firefox. Then use your alternate browser to go to mozilla.com and download a fresh copy of it. Install it and you should be fine. Sometimes browsers just need to be replaced..do this and let me know how it comes out.

Jun 10, 2012 | Mozilla Firefox

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I'm using FireFox, but every time I try to download PalTalk I get the error messages, "Failed to read Setup engine." What do I do now?

You may require a Firefox plugin for Paltalk. This is compatible with Firefox, the only issue may be the browser version. Check your browser version and refer to the Paltalk site to see what browser version it works best on.

Jul 31, 2011 | paltalk.com

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facebook is the only site that won't open on my computer, A window pops saying the internet explorer cannot open up the facebook site.

Get another browser such as Firefox,Kmelon or Flock.Internet Explorer should really only be used to download one of the other browsers i listed then never be used after that.Firefox and Flock are much faster and more secure plus look better i think.If you install either of these be sure not to export settings from IE during the install.

Oct 12, 2009 | HP Pavilion dv2000t Notebook

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