Does anyone know what has happened to the "Old Woodworking Machines" web
site http://www.oldwwmachines.com/ ?
I'm trying to look up some parts for an old bandsaw and keep getting a "The
page cannot be displayed" message.
Is it still active?
You do know that IE5 has been put on "End of life" for support, right? Meaning,
no bug fixes, no security patches, nothing. Netscape 3 is also very old, and
at a minimum you'll be unable to connect to any https:// website that is using
modern acceptably high encryption.
Well...as much as I dislike Microsoft (which is a LOT), criticizing them that
a browser they're saying "It's too old, don't use it anymore" doesn't work
properly is a bit unfair. One could argue that it was crap when it was brand
new as well.
Have you tried Firefox from http://www.mozilla.org ? Nice fast browser,
has popup blocking built in, supports current encryption and certificates,
and isn't from Microsoft. Oh, and it's free and doesn't suck.
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