Internet Explorer 7.5 with AutoVanish (Picture)

By | June 10, 2010

Here’s how IE 7.5 should have been designed, according to =code2 from

Internet Explorer 7.5 with AutoVanish (Picture)


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  1. Lomas says:

    Why do most people believe Firefox is the best browser on earth?

    • Sensual Lettuce says:

      its damn near close :)

    • Tiago Sá says:

      Because it is? The lighter, most stable, most feature-rich, most customizable and the responsible for the diminishing of Internet Explorer. The best!

      • werwolf says:

        you are kidding right?
        The lighter = bullshit
        most feature-rich = bullshit
        most customizable = bullshit
        responsible for the diminishing of Internet Explorer = true, partly!

        • Tiago Sá says:

          Go download Firefox son. It’s by far the lightest (, and by far the most customizable (it’s the only open source browser of the five big!). Ok, maybe Opera has more features, but let’s forget about that for a moment xD
          And yeah, Mozilla is the biggest reason the second browser wars awake. Opera had been here all along and managed to do very little harm to IE’s market share. When Firefox appeared, it showed, and is still showing, that the key is to give power to the user above everything else. Firefox is the biggest reason why IE7 got released!

          • werwolf says:

            I have always, apart of the stable version, latest snapshot installed.
            No, I will not forget for any moment how many useful features Opera have!
            Memory is there to be used, if unused, it is useless at given moment.

          • Ichann says:

            Sorry. Fanboism does not count.

          • Ichann says:

            Actually considering how Firefox was conceived (From Netscape and community involvement); They had been there for a considerable time, even before Opera had initiated this so called war.
            What happened next? Netscape fell and there brain child aka Firefox was born from the ashes. It is said that: ‘Once the phoenix falls, new life is born from the ashes.’
            BTW: Phoenix was the original name considered fro FireFox. However was later changed due to trademark issues.
            Nice little bit of history for you to reminisce about with.

          • Foo says:

            It’s Firefox, not “FireFox”.
            A lot of the core that were taken from Netscape has since been torn out.

      • Grrblt says:

        I have a lighter, more stable and more customizable browser than Firefox. It’s currently only 0 KB large (much less than FF which is several MBs), DAMN you can extend it and it never crashes either.
        But Firefox most feature-rich? Not a very good joke. Try again.

        • Ichann says:

          I wonder how many MB’s are added to firefox with its extensions, updates not to mention the time it takes to wait for an updated extension when that new version(Firefox) comes out.
          I see chrome has extensions done write. Every extension works with updated releases. Yes it might not be in depth like FF (btw: who wants to enable a program that much control – Active X much) but for what it is, it is an excellent piece of engineering.

          • Foo says:

            With my 26 extensions:

            $ du -sh ~/.mozilla/firefox/c6eygec6.default/extensions/
            20M    ~/.mozilla/firefox/c6eygec6.default/extensions/

            The biggest being Firebug (4.6MB), Test Pilot (2.5MB), Adblock Plus (1.4MB), Autopager (1.4MB), Swedish Dictionary (1.1MB).
            In other words, it’s hardly worth talking about.

  2. werwolf says:

    Probably, they cannot read.

  3. rnd79 says:

    geez this deviation is 3 years old! Did you check the date? Its since been supercede by IE8 and IE9 is here soon.

  4. Somebody says:

    Funny thing is that Firefox 2 (which is shown in the screenshots as the best browser in the world ) was the worst version of Firefox ever. But it was still hyped like always. Atleast Firefox 3 lives up to the hype.