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Thread: What program do you use to browse the web in your car

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    What program do you use to browse the web in your car

    I am looking for a skinnable interface for the web. I thought there was a few out there but all i saw was Mobileweb which doesnt have an address bar
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    Firefox!

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    Quote Originally Posted by antimatter
    I am looking for a skinnable interface for the web. I thought there was a few out there but all i saw was Mobileweb which doesnt have an address bar
    I have one coming soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frodobaggins
    I have one coming soon.
    IE or Mozilla powered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by egeekial
    IE or Mozilla powered?
    IE, with tabs.
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    Maxton is IE with tabs. Just not very TS friendly.

    Don't browse the web in my car except for updates in which I use IE. At home, it's all about Firefox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brady
    At home, it's all about Firefox.
    same
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    Sounds like a Firefox consensus so far.

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    Opera or FF

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