Can someone please tell me?
I mean, this is ridiculous.
I have quite a few google accounts that I spend a significant amount of time in.
I hate logging in and out of each of them, so I open up different browser windows that allow different cookie sessions and I don’t have to log out of one to log into another.
By default I use Firefox.
But, when I need another google account open, I have to open IE because it doesn’t share cookies.
However, IE always crashes!
It just freezes my computer. The mouse works fine, but nothing else responds (not even ctrl-alt-del).
Recently I’ve been able to track this problem specifically to IE causing the problem.
So, here’s my question (I actually have 2 questions):
Why can’t a piece of software that you’ve been working on for 89 years and that is an “integral” part of your operating system, just work?
Seriously, why can’t it just be a nice, functioning, leave my computer alone and don’t crash, piece of software?
My second question: Can someone help me with a different solution?
Well if you like Firefox, stick with Mozilla. Just install their Seamonkey package here:
This used to be Netscape 6+/Mozilla Application Suite, and the browser portion should not share cookies with Firefox.
IE sucks. Even their new version (IE9) sucks. Sure, it looks nice, but it freezes all my websites – and I can`t find the cause. The world would be a better place without IE IMO. Everyone should just use real browsers like chrome and Firefox.
You could use Google Chrome and then use an Incognito window (which is a non-sharing cookies version of Chrome) So you can have 2 accounts open because the main Google Chrome browser doesn't share cookies with the Incognito version (The Incognito also does not record browsing history and cookies and stuff – but cookies still work in Incognito for the session)