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I have four browsers on my computer. They are:

  • Internet Explorer 8
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Safari
  • Opera

The default browser is Firefox. My problem is that sometimes the other browsers (except Firefox) will not load any pages.

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Please explain in more detail. How are you attempting to load the pages? For instance, are you using bookmarks? Typing a URL? Will the other browsers open a local HTML page? –  CarlF Oct 5 '09 at 17:29
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You should install google chrome for the fun of it. –  Joel Coehoorn Oct 5 '09 at 17:33
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Joel: ...and SeaMonkey, and K-meleon, and Konqueror, and Maxthon, and Mosaic... –  grawity Oct 5 '09 at 19:04
    
have to agree with the posted answers: shouldn't be any problem. when problems happen, what errors are you getting? more info needed. –  quack quixote Oct 5 '09 at 21:55
    
and IETester gives you yet more options! –  cdeszaq Oct 7 '09 at 16:16
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Theoretcailly, if there's no installation problems and everything is where it should be, then there should be no problem with the other 3.

Try re-installing them, checking all of your internet options in each one and make sure they all point to your internet source.

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There's no inherent problem with having all 4 of those browsers installed; all are separate programs and (theoretically) shouldn't interfere with each other. Try reinstalling one of the 3 problematic ones to see if it starts working.

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I myself also use quite a lot of browsers at the same time. Including browsers in VMs. I think I have around a dozen right now... It can be very convenient and also for testing purposes while developing web sites. I have never encountered any trouble. –  Damien Dec 17 '09 at 1:32
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