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It's a tough choice between dillo or links graphical.. links renders sites better due to supporting frames, but I don't like it's fonts. Dillo has a better interface and I use it most so I voted for dillo. Besides I like the way dillo is going more. It'll be an amazing browser when supporting ssl, frames and css. Hopefully the team will succeed at it .
Opera on both windows and linux. Supports everything I need out of the box without any annoying plugins, faster than firefox for me (on both linux and windows), integrated email client, and a smaller download than firefox. Hands down the greatest browser ever.