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How to have 2 browsers (google chrome & firefox)

by jijo272 / February 27, 2013 4:04 AM PST

I would like to have 2 browsers: Firefox for everything else and Google Chrome for Pogo.com with Java enabled ONLY.

What do I do first? Right now Pogo is attached to Firefox. Should I remove it and then download Google Chrome? Then assign Pogo to The Google Chrome?

Thanks for any suggestions as I'm trying to have the safest browsing possible.

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Not sure what your concern is . . .
by Coryphaeus / February 27, 2013 4:09 AM PST

I run IE, FF, and Chrome on three PCs. All at the same time as each one has different benefits.

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by pgc3 / February 27, 2013 10:34 PM PST

One is set as default,your choice, the other(s) are secondary usually just set as shortcuts to be used as desired.

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