Not when Internet Explorer is SKINNED.
Yes, but when?
Internet Explorer is skinned whenever a person uses Windowblinds. I've had IE dressed for over a year now, 24/7. I'd venture a guess a good majority of the posters of this forum have Windowblinds installed and IE skinned.
Chrome too can be dressed. But then, its beautiful without them.
I beg to differ. Some people attempted to "dress" Chrome, and when Chrome first came out, I tried it, participated in the forums, and downloaded the skins for Chrome -- they were buggy as hell, crashed the browser at least once a day, and any time I downloaded new skins I had to uninstall Chrome and then reinstall it, along with the little funky program to skin it --HUGE PITA!
I suppose you might think Chrome is beautiful without a skin, but I'm not a fan of plain blue file folders. If I was, I would spend most of free time staring into my file cabinet, instead of engrossed in Photoshop and Skin Studio 6, skinning Windowblinds, brushing off the kids, the pets, and the husband, totally high on my own creation.