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Already, Quicken more-or-less forces you to use Explorer if you want all of the "off-site" features. {like automatic portfolio updates, various tax-planning features) And that's a 3rd party vendor.

Which is odd, because Microsoft's own Money 99 forces you to use Explorer as well. You'd think Intuit would have partnered with Netscape or removed the browser requirement altogether to bypass Internet Explorer and thus make it more acceptable over Money 99 to those of us who still don't (and won't) use Internet Explorer.

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