adrian20 - 2:23 pm on Feb 17, 2012 (gmt 0)
keyplyr, Thanks for the warning, I use Linux on all my machines, if the version of the distribution that is used is current. Then there is no reason for walking the internet with FF/3.
In my tests for 3 distributions, are between FF/9 and FF/10.
On the other hand, a user of Windows, you're right, I can understand that they do not update the version of the programs they use, and also less likely they walk with User Agent, as you've pointed out which.
For this reason, in my conclusion, a Linux user is more dangerous, because it knows what it does.
The other day I was in FexEX, with some diligence, meanwhile try to see my little blog from there, and I could not see this, how terrible that people who run this website, I said.
FexEX then used FF/3. Even that, I have not changed my setup because I think that people who come to read my little blog pay per minute as in FexEX, is out of their mind.
I do not want anyone reading my contents under pressure from the credit card machine. And also, someone reading my content, when their lunch, or when their boss turns to the other office.
However, I repeat what I said, very sure that my comment will not be useful.
But before I go. keyplyr, thanks for your first line, I could not reach that conclusion, although there is a short gap between request.