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tehjord tehjord is offline
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Default 06-14-2010, 02:10 AM

I tried it, seemed pretty good but not as good as it should be on the slow hardware of our netbooks.

Really all these browser numbers are a bit silly when it comes to our hackintoshes since their slow hardware pull everything down and these speed ups touted into every browsers' updates end up being irrelevant.

Indeed, most of the time, javascript and flash simply clog the system stopping it from being responsive. Personally, I have found Opera to be the best browser on the slow hardware of the mini9(I use firefox on my desktop).

A good test to judge this is this, make sure you have an adblocker on in your browser and then go and watch a 480p resolution video on youtube, I tested them all (chrome, firefox, opera, safari) and Opera seems the smoothest of them.
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gosha gosha is offline
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Default 06-14-2010, 05:03 AM

Installed on 1012 and 10.6.2. No problems so far...

Dell Mini 10 1012 | Mac OS X 10.6.2 | 1 GB RAM | 160 GB HDD | 1510 WiFi
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html 5, safari, safari 5, safari 5.0

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