Well after unsuccessfully trying to create a trouble ticket for my ASUS video card using IE 9, I decided to give Chrome a try. I was able to create the trouble ticket and Chrome imported all my IE 9 bookmarks. So I'm using Chrome for a few days and getting used to its quirks when I ran into the following show stoppers. I can't pin the bookmarks panel to the side like I can in IE and Firefox, and the blasted cascading menus are a frakking pain in the butt especially since I have hundreds of folders and more links than a chain factory. I couldn't access my credit union's web site via Chrome. The final straw was when I went to view a PDF file in the browser, Chrome only lets you print, save, zoom in and out, and that's it. There are no page controls, no search function, nothing. So adios Chrome it's time to try Firefox. Firefox 20.0.1 loaded on just fine, says it imported all my bookmarks successfully, and it functioned similar to IE so the learning curve was easy. But alas Firefox lasted all of an hour on my PC because it only imported about 1/4 of my bookmarks folders, and very few links. I went to try importing them again, and there was no import button. It only imports on installation. I checked Firefox's help and they showed how to import bookmarks; but all the screen captures were apparently from an earlier version. I have to assume I got the latest release and not aurora (should be alpha) as they call it or beta versions of the software as I clicked the download button on the homepage, not on their under development link. So off came Firefox...idiots. I tried Opera in the past and I thought it was crap, so I didn't even go back to try it again. So now I'm back to IE 10 and the return key on GTT and WA doesn't work because of a vBulletin software bug as discussed in this post. http://www.greentractortalk.com/forums/computer-electronics/7177-return-key-doesnt-work-using-ie-10-a.html I would hate to be a web wienie having to factor in each browser's quirks into my code.