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What is your browser of choice?

Mozilla Firefox
46% (6 votes)
15% (2 votes)
8% (1 vote)
0% (0 votes)
8% (1 vote)
0% (0 votes)
0% (0 votes)
0% (0 votes)
23% (3 votes)
Total votes: 13



What is your browser of choice?

Thanks to a_thing, I was informed that SeaMonkey 1.0 was released. So yeah, that's what I'm compiling right now and planning on using if it suits my needs.

Firefox since before 1.0.

I am using firefox, but I would love to give seamonkey a go. It's probably gonna be in arch repo soon, if it isn't already.


It is a toss up between Opera & Firefox for me as I use both all the time..

"libervisco" wrote:

I am using firefox, but I would love to give seamonkey a go. It's probably gonna be in arch repo soon, if it isn't already.

yes, it is in arch's repo Smiling

On my mac I use Camino.
When in X I use Firefox.
When im doing somethink quicker/general I use elinks.

Laughing out loud

Firefox, and sometimes w3m.


I sometimes use Firefox, or elinks, or links, thats about it.

Mozilla Firefox.

I voted other simply because I just decided to switch from KDE to GNOME (spontaneous, unplanned and impromptu decision which is proving to be both frustrating, interesting but above all fun). I really like Konqueror because it's role in KDE and therefore it's functionality but now in GNOME I've been using Firefox. In general, I don't mind too much. I could use Konqueror even now but a lot of it's inbedded functions would be rendered redundant as I am not in KDE.

Bottom line is I don't really mind because almost all free browsers I have come across under GNU/Linux are great. :smiling:

I've used konqueror for a bit now and it's really good. It feels kind of speedier than firefox even and I like that it is a file manager at the same time so I can have a web page open in one tab and some folder in another.. it's like a whole new level of tabbed browsing, you practically don't need anything else but konqueror to browse anything anywhere (offline, online, etc.). Smiling

But I'm used to firefox. It feels like a "proper" web browser. Sticking out tongue

I use Firefox 1.6a1, and have tried SeaMonkey.

Aside from new name and icon, SeaMonkey isn't much different from Mozilla 1.7.12. There are, off course, some differences between them, but nothing you would notice during normal surfing.

Today I gave SeaMonkey a shot and I agree it doesn't really feel any different than the old mozilla. I'll just continue using firefox as that's what I'm used to and I need a couple of extensions on it that I think can't be had with SeaMonkey.

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