Missing ? (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2014-09-15 15:55 (#2SEA) I cannot see Seamonkey/Iceape in the list. That is the one I use on all my Linux setups, and it is also the one my folks use on their Windows PCs. Re: Missing ? (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on 2014-09-16 03:37 (#2SEM) .. and no IE option. They do not hold a gun to my head to force me to use it. Oh no. They lock the work pc down and stop paying my salary if I don't. Suck is the wage slave life. Re: Missing ? (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2014-09-16 11:16 (#2SEZ) Hmm, you're right about Seamonkey - should've thought of that one. The number of derivatives of Firefox is kind of overwhelming. I did get iceweasel though! As for IE, I have to use it at work too, at the godawful Sharepoint server which chokes up bile if you try to use any other browser. But I hate every moment of it and wash my hands after using that browser and server suite.It's hard for me to differentiate between my hatred of IE and my hatred of Sharepoint. It's like they're combined into this huge load of demon vomit. Anyway, it's not on the list because I figured no one would actually admit to using it! Re: Missing ? (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2014-09-16 16:43 (#2SFF) Hmm, you're right about Seamonkey - should've thought of that one. The number of derivatives of Firefox is kind of overwhelming. I did get iceweasel though!Yeah, I was a bit surprised you listed iceweasel which is basically just a rebranding of firefox and forgot seamonkey, which is much more different since it is a suite (with an email agent and newsreader, a composer and probably one or two more things). Even if at the moment I only use it as a browser, my folks use it for mail too. I don't know if it is still the case, but at some point, seamonkey mail+web browser were lighter (RAM-wise) than firefox (let alone firefox + thunderbird).