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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

September 1, 2006

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Are you an Internet Explorer user? As we continue to fine-tune Voices.com to make it Internet Explorer compatible, we suggest that you use another browser for the time being... Firefox is an excellent choice! Download the Firefox Internet Browser here.

firefox.jpgIf you have been using Internet Explorer, you may have run into a lot of bumps today on our website.

We're working all weekend long to sort out the issues with Internet Explorer, and we don't want you to have to wait any longer to truly experience the new Voices.com!

How can you use Voices.com successfully?

Try using another browser. We suggest Firefox created by Mozilla.

You can learn more and download Firefox at Mozilla's website. There are plenty of benefits awaiting your readership.

Downloading Firefox might be more than just a quick fix... Firefox could also become your preferred Internet Browser! I use Firefox myself and wouldn't endorse it otherwise. It has made navigating through the Internet a piece of cake :)

Any other Firefox fans out there?

Stephanie


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    I've been using Firefox as my browser of choice on Windows machines for over a year now. It's a great browser, and seems to handle all of the Voices.com features fine. And, Firefox is a lot safer than using IE.

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      I too use Firefox as my primary browser. Generally loads quicker, it's very customizable, and it's safer than IE... so far anyway.

      Posted by:

        I only use IE to update windows, a frequent occurrence it seems, but have been a Firefox user for several years.
        I have also been attempting to convert several call centers I work with to make the switch.

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