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Canada Computes: BrowseX - A Viable Alternative

Oct 04, 2000, 13:55 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve Coe)

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"I think it's fair to say that the Linux version of Netscape is pathetic. It's slow, unstable and bloated. In fact, the Linux version of Netscape makes the Windows version look sleek."

"...The other day I came across a program called BrowseX. It's a Web browser. I've come across programs like this before and they have ultimately been horrible. BrowseX, however, was a very pleasant surprise."

"First of all, the browser doesn't support things such as Java or Javascript but, since I surf with them off most of the time, that's not an issue for me. What is an issue is page layout and how pages are rendered."

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