Browsers

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Cynheidre, Feb 17, 2005.

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  1. Cynheidre

    Cynheidre Registered Member

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    Hi, it's my first post so please be gentle with me. :)
    I've had a search through and couldn't see it mentioned anywhere so I though I would pass on this little gem. It's the Evolt browser archive and it contains what must be just about every browser out there.
     
  2. TheGeek

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    Hi Cynheidre,

    Thanks for posting that link, I have been looking for info like that for a while now. :)

    I wonder how many of those browsers rely on the IE engine or are Gecko based though. I'm looking for a browser that is neither, incase more flaws are discovered in them. I want a totally new design (already tried OBO) so I can still safely surf when the flaws are flying in the rest. ;)
     
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    Welcome to Wilders Cynheidre!

    Thank you for sharing the new info with us, we all learn from it :)
     
  4. Cynheidre

    Cynheidre Registered Member

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    Thank you for the welcome.
    Some of the browser links have descriptive text files attached to them but even they don't reveal much really. You may find more information on some of them here.

    It seems it's either a "suck it and see" approach or a search engine excercise.
     
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    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    A glaring omission from the list linked above is K-meleon. They just updated it to 0.9 beta. It uses the same Gecko engine used by Firefox, Mozilla, & Netscape, but is slightly faster than any of those, & is very configurable (a tweaker's dream).
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    It said on the website to use IE5 or better...so I switched to K-Meleon.:D
     
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