Since putting Windows 7 on my laptop earlier this week, I've been trying IE9. To be fair, it doesn't seem to be that bad - it doesn't bring any new functionality to the overall brower market, but then again, it does what it says on the tin. Explores the internet. Not lot more though. On a plus point I've not managed to kill it yet. Naturally I await the flaming that comes with not changing brower within the first day of upgrading. I was put off Chrome in earlier versions when I found it was taking up local profile space. On a network like the one I use on a daily basis, profile size is to be kept as low as possible, otherwise logon / logoff takes the best part of half an hour. I remember it being fairly snappy at loading pages up though. Might have to give it another go Looking at Firefox 4, there seems to be a definate improvement for me over FF3.* - much more responsive, although the default UI is a bit crap. 5 minutes of playing around fixes that though.