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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Michaelgtrusa, Jan 6, 2009.
Can someone please make a list?
Give them all a whirl
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I've also used Shiira before and it's pretty decent as well.
Best browsers for mac in terms of speed, plugins, stability etc.
there have been numerous threads about this. Lots of times it's a question of individual preferences and which websites you are accessing. there is no 'best' browser for everyone.
Correction: It's always a question of individual preferences and which websites are being accessed.
If you're looking for plug-ins, Firefox is definitely the way to go. I think it's faster and more stable then Safari as well, but that's more of a matter of luck, honestly.
Thank you members.
I have Firefox 3 and Flock 2 installed in addition to Safari 3.2. Flock is my default as I like the integration with myspace, gmail, flickr, picasa, del.icio.us, Yahoo, etc and the integrated rss feeds sidebar and media upload and viewing. Plus just about every extension compatible with Firefox 3 will work with Flock 2 ( I haven't found any that haven't). When I was still on my aging pc it was a lil slow, but so was Firefox but that was mainly due to me liking to have 10-20 tabs open for weeks at a time.
At my last job I also had Camino installed but I didn't bother with it after I bought my macbook pro in october.
I almost never use Firefox anymore. Its usually Flock plus Safari here and there.
Like others have said its a personal preference. Likely to erupt into a flame war almost as quick as whats the best OS. At least there's no IE on the Mac anymore
Firefox 3 is a little bit slower to start than Safari 3 for me, but it has better compatibility where I need it, e.g. BlackBoard, AKO, etc.
I think web browsers work differently for different people, I like Safari, seems great, but Firefox just fees like home to me.. so that is all i use
Safari and Firefox. I used to use Netscape Navigator as well, before it passed into the void [died].