Thanks Neil. Much better.
Now.. if you can address Jonathan and Ray’s comment above regarding the title/subtitle screen, we all be happy.
Chris -- I know a lot of people like Firefox. I tried it, it’s just not a good fit on my machine. I use Microsoft Explorer on my XP Pro machine. Much faster, more refined/professional, less clunky.
That isn't true at all. And FF is much more secure since it does not interact with your amchine at ther egistry level via Diarect X like MS IE does.
Read the FF website to understand the FF browser, and the tweaks you can easily apply to it using plugins and the command line variables. Once you understand how you can have the entire FF program, including your bookmarks and setting, in any folder you want for back up and restore, you'll never go back to the stiff, insecure, and unbending MS IE. When i do a reinstall on mjy hard drive, I simply load FF and copy the entire folder back over. The plugins, all settings, and bookmarks are readyn to go.
If you have experienced a slow FF browser, it could be a plugin trying to update itself. The FF browser is as fast if not faster than IE.