posted on Feb, 28 2005 @ 09:05 PM
What I have is MSN 9 Premium. If you have MSN as an ISP, it's a shell that uses IE. It has added features such as mail, address book, calendar,
maps, Encarta, and many other features. It is also available to anyone on any ISP for a price. I like the interface better than IE and it's full of
my personal mail, preferences, and favorites, so it would be worth paying for, if I could get it to work the way it used to.
So, MSN is not a browser, but a shell that for IE and I understand there are several out there. My computer used to recognize it, but now it doesn't
and I hoped someone here would know.
[edit on 05/2/28 by GradyPhilpott]