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« Reply #50 on: 18 Nov 2005, 16:31 »

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You can do the same in FF by having multiple tabs open and then using the current page to make your home.

Yeah, I know that. It's just that I find Opera sligthly more screen-space-efficient, and given a certain amount of tabs, that's what counts. Also, the tab-handling as such is, at least in my opinion, still slightly better in Opera.


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« Reply #51 on: 21 Nov 2005, 06:58 »

Mozilla Firefox, the preferred browser of the United States Department of State. *insert thumbs-up here*
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« Reply #52 on: 30 Nov 2005, 17:28 »

I use a tabbed IE based browser called Slimbrowser it's pretty good.

The Tabs are hella useful.

Plus the pop-up blocker on it is awesome (Ya know those annoying adverts you get that are like "Shoot the ipod to claim a free one" and you feel like you have to shoot the Ipod, the browser blocks the pages that open because of the adverts :-) Which means I can shoot away heh. I don't know if firefox does this though, 'cause I don't have it...)

It's pretty fast (better then IE by far) and loads initially pretty fast.

I'm not sure how customisable it is (I've only been using it for a week and I'm lazy :-])

I can't compare to FF though, 'cause I don't use FF often enough.">FlashPeak SlimBrowser
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