2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice AwardsThis forum is for the 2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards.
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I voted for Mozilla. It's an old-timer I know, but its a tabbed browser. If you don't want to wait for it to load a page, just switch to another tab while its loading. I rarely have to sit and wait for something to load.
Did you try out the patched dillo version? It supports frames, https, tabs... It's quite good. Now it's the default in debian testing, because the official dillo is moving a bit too slow...
Thanks for the tip. I am very interested in the dillo project.
One of the first things I did after installing Debian was to install dillo.
I haven't used it for a long time because of its limitations, but I just tried it and it is much improved. Earlier I did apt-get dist-upgrade and already had the improved version of dillo--I just hadn't noticed.
Wish I could change my vote. Firefox just pulled the last straw by making me lose source code when a memory leak in it caused my system to freeze and require a hard reboot. Opera it is v9 is even including extensions