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Re: What is a good, small, web browser?

On Sat, Feb 02, 2002 at 06:20:18PM -0800, Eric G. Miller wrote:
> On Sat, 2 Feb 2002 17:58:06 -0800, "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> [snip]
> > It's not for older/slower boxen though.  I'd recommend *NO LESS* than a
> > PII-233, and think you'll be happier with a PIII-600+ CPU.  For memory,
> > 128 MiB minimum, 256 strongly recommended.  Particularly under intensive
> > use (I can easily get over 100 tabs/windows open) it sucks both CPU and
> > memory.  But it does good things with both.
> Galeon does fine on this old 266 with 64MB of RAM.  It certainly does
> better than Mozilla proper or Konqueror (KDE > 1.x is just too memory
> hungry).  So, while 128 is probably nicer, I'd hesitate to say it was
> the minimum.

I'm also running Galeon quite happily on a P-200, albeit with 128 MB
of RAM.  The menus are a bit sluggish to display, but the browser as a
whole is much better/faster/cheaper than anything else I've used.


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