Problems with IE
Dont suppose these "problems" occured after you were brainwashed into converting to Firefox did they?
Personally, ive never had any issues with IE7 even when it was in BETA it was more stable then Firefox. IE6 was pretty solid, if a little out of date by the time it was replaced. Firefox on the other hand, has a fair few bugs, the most annoying of which is on my media centre, it will randomly start bugging you to fill out a "user experience questionaire" and then crash, doesnt matter if you choose to do it or tell it you dont want to.
It is also very memory heavy and takes like 3 or 4 seconds to load - not exactly long, but why oh why when both Opera and IE7 can manage to load almost instantaneously?
Of course the biggest bug of the lot is the pro-firefox crowd who go out of their way to spam every forum they can find to get people to shift across. Its not so bad nowadays as they probably realised people will use what they want to use, not what their told to use, but until about 2 years ago it was absurd the amount of "FF spamming" that went on.
I was using ad-supported Opera long before Firefox even came about, so Firefox as being "the" alternative is only to new-age techy wannabe's who got a sniff of Firefox once upon a time, have some sort of hate for Microsoft and instantly though they were onto something that will change peoples lives lol.
AOL bought Nullsoft time ago, probably around 2001 just after Wasabi was launched iirc. And the gits scrwed them over by sacking 90% of the staff, halting development of just about everything including Wasabi and both the shoutcast DSP and DNAS and fooking NSV off completely.
Before AOL bought Nullsoft, they were innovators and developed some of the best programs available on the web.
Now look at it, we are STILL on Shoutcast 1.9x, we should be well on Shoutcast 2.0 which was planned by Nullsoft before AOL bought them.
NSV is pretty much dead and has been for years, its still in the same BETA stage as it was when AOL took over.
Winamp 5 is the biggest joke ever... development? What development, all it is, is a very bloated Winamp 2 with a heavy skin and full of advertising as standard.
Nullsoft effectively died when AOL took over. Hence I still use Winamp 2.91, I actually use 2.22 on my media centre lol.
AOL = SCUM