MadPenguin: Mozilla on Speed: Firebird 0.6
Jun 17, 2003, 10:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Personally, I use Mozilla for 98% of my work and play. It blows
all other browsers away in stability and features if you ask me.
Opera is the only one that comes close to Mozilla in speed and
features, but it seems too bulky to me for some reason. Konqueror
is a good browser that has come a long way recently in the
advancement department and is one to watch in the future. Galeon
(built on Mozilla framework) has some nice features, but overall is
a very mediocre browser in my opinion compared to its parent.
Netscape is just too AOL for me, and Internet Explorer is one of
the poorest excuses for a browser I've ever used.
"Mozilla just fit the bill... until now, that is.
"MadHunter and I were discussing Linux web browsers earlier this
week and he brought up Mozilla Firebird, the newest browser
offering to be released from the Mozilla developers. What is
Firebird? It is the next generation of the Phoenix project. Or
should I say Phoenix to the second power..."