Quick Midori Review And How to Install Midori 0.2.6 in Ubuntu 10.04 'Lucid Lynx'
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"I am a webkit fan and Chromium and Google Chrome are
among my most favorite browsers. But since they both are actually
the same in more ways than one, I decided to give a shot at a
'different' webkit based browser called Midori.
"Midori is Not Bad, Not Good Enough As Well
"After installing Midori and giving it a spin for 2-3 hours, I
was quite surprised to see the stability of the browser. Midori is
fast, stable and as other webkit based browsers, is far
lightweight. And it is better integrated with GTK interface.
"But a number of small niggles and rough edges ruined the
overall experience. If Google Search is embedded into the main url
bar, why do you need another search box on the right?"