Firefox has topped my list for a variety of reasons. My favorite is due to the built-in ftp client which makes viewing your SNAP-PAC-R or -S files a snap, as mentioned in [B]this post[/B] and in much greater detail in [URL=“http://www.opto22.com/community/showthread.php?t=673&”][B]this post[/B].
Now that [I]groov [/I]lets you add webpage links… (as of 2.1, but you know that already because you read it in [B]this OptoNews[/B], right?)
… that means if I’m recording data into a text file on my PAC, I can now add a link onto a [I]groov [/I]page to check out that data. Neat-o! Go Firefox! (It doesn’t work in Chrome, although I have NOT tried any “extensions” to Chrome.)