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its a very handy browser with all the features that you can look forward to in a browser.
at the same time may one more feature that when we open our mail account in our office sofware it does not show the full page of the mail but shows a small part of it with a slider and if we want to take a print of the mail it gives not the whole of the mail but that part which is visible in the window, may be i m a newbe and i dont know how to see the full mail of to get the print of the whole mail.
Well Firefox as a long time favorite, but very,very closely followed by Chrome as it's multiprocess model gives him more vivid responses. Also Firefox become a bit bloated over the years (just as we all?), so the hot breath Chrome should push FF new performance levels.
Chromium for the win. I still haven't forgiven the Fox devs for some of their decisions that made long standing behaviors require the creation of Remove-ons for Fx 3, and while I loved Epiphany they made the switch to the WebKit engine before it was really ready. I still can't use some of my fav Epiph extensions since the change and when I do a reinstall on my new hard drive I won't even bother installing Epiph until quite late in the install cycle. If at all.
Chrome is my most used web browser, then Konqueror... I have Firefox when nothing else works, but it lost its starting place to the faster than an eye-blink opening of chrome on my KDE 3.5 Mepis 8 system...