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Comparison Review: Linux Web Browsers

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A look at the various web browsers for Linux. They include Mozilla, Netscape, Opera, Galeon, Konqueror, and Dillo.
The Gecko engine is at the heart of the Mozilla browser. This takes the HTML and other code on web pages and presents it to you in an attractive way. Gecko is now being used by other web browsers for not only Linux but for MS Windows and MacOS as well. As a matter of fact, Netscape, which we will be dealing with shortly, abandoned their old code as of version 6 and now uses Mozilla code. Talk about getting your investment back!

Mozilla is a very stable. In my opinion, is is the stablest browser for Linux. I have been using it since version 0.9.4. That means I have had hundreds of hours observing its behavior and making notes on its performance.
 read more | mail this link | score:6962 | -Ray, March 1, 2002 (Updated: June 16, 2003)
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