www.mozilla.org <- get Firefox mentioned That said, explorer.exe shouldn't "get corrupt". What do you mean by that exactly? Also explorer.exe is not "integrated" with iexplore.exe (well, not in any sense of the word integrated that I'm aware of). What do you mean by that. Cheers Ken On Sun, 2 Jan 2005 04:03:37 -0800, MedStarWriter <medstarwriter at prodigy.net> wrote: > Thank you for the suggestion. I had not considered alternative browsers. > Please indicate a TRUSTED source where I could find more information about > these browsers and download them (without worrying about getting nasties). > Are these browsers freeware or shareware? > > Also, I'd be interested in learning about a good shell replacement utility > for Windows Me. Windows Explorer (EXPLORER.EXE) gets corrupted far too > easily, and it is integrated with Internet Explorer (IEXPLORE.EXE). A > freeware option would be preferred, but let me know if there are any good > shareware replacements as well. Thanks.