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Opera 9 - I've been using it a lot more. especially since yahoo has been bugging lately.
Excellent interface and features
(new features in ff are often standard opera features - grant it: opera also borrows good ideas)
widgets. (mozilla has the upper hand here)
Scalable (I use it on my cell phone)
Reads WML pages.
+- keys also scale images
I'm also glad that SeaMonkey picked up the mozilla suite.
Firefox as it manages profiles better than the others.
SeaMonkey, Mozilla, Netscape and Flock all have exactly the same profile manager as Firefox, and indeed in SeaMonkey, Mozilla and Netscape the proifile manager is integrated better into the menu structure.
How does Firefox manage profiles better than the other programs that have the same profile manager, integrated better into their meny structures?
Originally Posted by betamaxman
you can share profiles between other OSs installed on your system such as windows.
In exactly the same way as you would in SeaMonkey, Mozilla, Netscape or Flock? This is by no means specific to Firefox!