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Re: [in] Re: IE is just as safe as FireFox
From: Kenneth Ng <kenneth.d.ng () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 09:45:16 -0500

In my opinion, there are two defintions for "integrated".  For most
people, it means "a" works with "b".  For Microsoft, it means "a" can
not work without "b".  Firefox is definitelyl the former because I use
it both under Linux and under Windows, and I'm trying to get it to
work on my Zaurus.


On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 13:57:31 +0100, Borja Marcos <borjam () sarenet es> wrote:
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Could you please define "integrated"? English isn't my primary
language...

Integrated is similar to saying "is part of" or "united". For future
reference (and more info), Google can also be extremely handy in such
a case. Doing a Google search for:

        :-D

        Thanks. I thought that it had more meanings :-D

        Given that Firefox is integrated in Linux... ¿Will I be able to use
Linux wthout Firefox? Or, ¿is Firefox an operating system module? Being
Linux a kernel... Is Firefox a kernel module? :-D (That was the whole
point, I didn't mark the sarcasm correctly, though).

        Borja.


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