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Competition between Google Chrome and Internet Explorer(cut/copy/paste not working)

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March 26, 2013 12:09:45 PM

I have found lately, for several months now, that using the browser, Internet Explorer, all the functions of cut, copy and paste do not work on Gmail, You Tube,etc., but if I switch to Google Chrome, all these functions work again.
This must be a scheme! Can Microsoft do anything about it? Or else, sooner or later, we will have to steer away from Internet Explorer?! Could anybody please help me with this? Ry
March 26, 2013 12:45:38 PM

Google Chrome is nothing more than spyware. Do you really want spyware on your computer? There are alternatives to both IE and Chrome, with FireFox being my first choice. You could also try Chromium or Iron if you really like Chrome but want all of the Google "data-mining" stripped away.
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March 26, 2013 1:26:51 PM

Who told you that Internet Explorer is a browser? Nowadays Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera are the browsers to use, Internet Explorer is rubbish.

@itpro - Google Chrome is not spyware, all browsers get adware and spyware when newbies install programs without seeing what they are installing / accepting like toolbars and stuff which of course give the browsers a bad time.

I would recommend Firefox
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March 26, 2013 3:33:30 PM

TastyTeo said:
Who told you that Internet Explorer is a browser? Nowadays Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera are the browsers to use, Internet Explorer is rubbish.

@itpro - Google Chrome is not spyware, all browsers get adware and spyware when newbies install programs without seeing what they are installing / accepting like toolbars and stuff which of course give the browsers a bad time.

I would recommend Firefox


Tasty, Chrome serves no other purpose than to collect data for Google. Google collects every search you make, every link you click, every page you visit (and how long you spend there), and keeps the data forever. They then sell that data for billions. Google has been fined tens of millions of dollars numerous times for violation of privacy. They have been caught red handed collecting people's wifi data, uploading passwords and financial data from your hard drive, and gps tracking people even when they specifically asked not to be. If that isn't spying, what is? More importantly, is that really the type of company you want to support?
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