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Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: DeKalb, IL (near Chicago)
07-15-2009, 01:44 AM
And as to the original question, I am definitely schizophrenic (sp?) in my browser user. I'll occasionally use IE (although less and less), mostly Chrome (but those darn crashes are frustrating me), some FF, and Safari is even installed, but I just couldn't bring myself to get another browser fully set up, so Safari doesn't see much action. (Although, IE and Safari are the only ones that will show each tab as a window in the Windows 7 taskbar, which is a big plus...)
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Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Illinois, USA
10-14-2009, 03:54 AM
I use Opera 10 on my Mini-10 in Win xp
I've been using Opera on my Zaurus for 4 years now.
It's the best browser for that handheld, since it's only got 128MB of ram.
It requires a swapfile to continue browsing on the Zaurus.
So I figured it would launch and run a little faster on my Mini-10. It does launch a lot faster.
I do use Firefox in Xubuntu 9.04 on my Mini-10 and Iceweasel under Debian 5.03 on my Mini-10 also.
zaurus sl-C3100 multiboot-> zubuntu rc1.0 | angstrom opie 2007.12-r18 | cacko 1.23
zaurus sl-C3200 pdaxii13-5.5-alpha4 akita on nand
Join Date: May 2009
Chrome won me over - 10-14-2009, 08:52 PM
Longtime Firefox advocate here. I often ran it with over 30 extensions.
But now I run Chrome with no extensions and I could not be happier.
The reason? Chrome's combination of stability, blazing speed, and minimal interface that works just as it should, out of the box.
And the Chrome dev channel release that I run on Ubuntu NBR now supports extensions, so you can install an alpha version of Xmarks for bookmark sync. You can use an Adblock-analog, too.
I can't wait for the final Linux release of Chrome!
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