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Re: Decent browsers for Linux? Anything to replace IE?

On (17/10/03 15:58), Wathen, Metherion wrote:
> > >Personally, I prefer Opera for linux, on my old box it loads
> > >at least twice as fast as Mozilla, not that I dislike mozilla,
> > >opera was just faster.
> > >have they got tabbed browsing in ie yet?
> > >
> > 
> > If you're going to make commentary like that, you might want 
> > to keep up 
> > with the current state of projects like Mozilla.
> > 
> > Since you're questioning whether Mozilla has tabbed browsing (it has 
> > for...oh...a year now maybe?), then you're probably not aware of the 
> > *amazing* performance increases that it has seen in the same 
> > time period.
> I regularly d/l moz for windows, i'm aware that MOZILLA has tabbed
> browsing,
> i am also aware that mozilla is faster than IE, never questioned it.
> i am questioning if INTERNET EXPLORER had tabbed browsing yet.
> (firing up IE 6.xx, to see that it doesnt!)
There is an IE derivative browser called Avant which has many advanced
features over and above what IE provides including tabbed browsing.



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