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Are there any conflicts or problems having 2 browsers on the same computer using windows 7

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I have no experience with having different browsers on the same computer and want to know if there are any conflicts or problems before I download a second browser.

I have no experience with having different browsers on the same computer and want to know if there are any conflicts or problems before I download a second browser.

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sharathnettar 0 solutions 7 answers

no, there are none... make sure install to different path...

no, there are none... make sure install to different path...

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Can you be more specific as to what you mean by a different path?

Can you be more specific as to what you mean by a different path?
Tyler Downer
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There are no conflicts if you install multiple browsers to the same computer. You can do that just fine.

There are no conflicts if you install multiple browsers to the same computer. You can do that just fine.
cor-el
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Note that only one browser can be set as the default browser that is used when you click a link in an external (e-mail) program, so you need to decide which browser that will be. Firefox will ask this on the first start.

Note that only one browser can be set as the default browser that is used when you click a link in an external (e-mail) program, so you need to decide which browser that will be. Firefox will ask this on the first start. *https://support.mozilla.org/kb/How+to+make+Firefox+the+default+browser *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Default_browser