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Last edited by Andrew Benton; 11-16-2003 at 01:37 PM.
Internet explorer in a Linux forum?
My vote is for Opera.
Yes, it's proprietary, and yes, it does use more memory than Firebird, but it does some things that Firebird can't. (E.g. clearing all cookies, cache on exit. Tabbed browsing without the use of a IMHO buggy plugin. A handy thing at the bottom of the screen to tell you how fast a webpage is loading.)
Originally posted by bolinux Why isn't Internet Explorer on the list.
Browsers for Linux. IE isn't a native Linux application. If we were here to vote for Windows applications, well, this wouldn't be a Linux forum and we'd also have Office, Dreamweaver and too many others to list in all the other categories.
Originally posted by KptnKrill Well if we're talking speed then what about dillo?
Maybe. But I would not use it as my main browser. I ran into quite a few sites that it was unable to load properly. Haven't had a problem with Epiphany loading any site. Thats the one I'm sticking with for now.