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Firefox and Thunderbird

No, it's got nothing to do with Lady Penelope and her driver (Parker). Thunderbird is an email application that focusses on doing one job very well. You know the way the Microsoft Outlook application has a calendar, and a task list and a kitchen sink attached, well Thunderbird doesn't. It allows you to read, process, sort, filter and tweak how you operate your email. There's no better mail reader around. Click here to visit the Mozilla site. Firefox is probably one of the best web browsers on the market. Ooops, did I say market? Guess it's not a market if it's free! If you're set in your ways and have been brought up on Vegemite and Internet Explorer all I can say is please open your mind just a little. Once you've tried it for a day or so, you'll be clicking the orange fox for a long time to come.