This subject has been discussed before on RO, but I thought I'd bring it up on this new Mac forum. I don't defrag my Mac. Every now and then, I just reinstall my software and get rid of stuff that I don't use much and can do without. At this time, I also check to make sure that everything is up to date. SO ... I'm getting ready to do my reinstall thang, and have been giving thought to my browsers... First of all, I never find myself using my Opera browser ... so it's history. I love my iCab browser .. it's hella fast ... great for power surfing ... but it's features and usability aren't as good as IE. Definately a keeper. But here's where my current thinking comes-in ... Netscape vs. IE In the previous RO discussion, the general concensus was that Netscape is great if you don't have IE on your Mac, and IE is great if you don't have Netscape on your Mac. Well, I got rid of Netscape a long time ago, and IE has been pretty good. But from what I gather, iCab is supposed to be more compatible with Netscape. Also,plug-insalways come with the Netscape logo on them, so I'm wondering if they might be better suited for Netscape. I haven't used Netscape in a long time, so I obviously haven't tried the latest versions, and I've never tried Netscape without IE on my Mac. The reason that I got rid of Netscape before was because it wreaked havoc on my Mac. However, now I'm wondering if it might be worth trying it and removing IE. I'm just a little spooked with the idea due to my previous bad experience. So what do you think? Should I try it?