Browser options for Linux users.
- Understanding that most of our community contacts,
particularly if we are not blessed with a local user
IRC channels (if we are so brave)
and ultimatly from our useage of browsers to access
The following article struck me being as of major
May not be up to date <Netscape 4.5> but is the most
list of browsers for linux I have yet encountered.
Pardon me for the repeat if you are already a reader
Quoting from Linux Weekly News:
"An indepth review of all web browsers currently
for Linux has been translated into English and made
available for the International community. This is
original article by Ricardo Y. Igarashi, published
by Linux in
Brazil. 21 different web browsers are covered, many
screenshots. "In my opinion Kfm, StarOffice and
along with Netscape, can already be used without
hassle on everyday's conditions. The other graphical
browsers have problems that interfere with their
but most of them are works in progress, and they
probably get better." (Thanks to Augusto Campos.)"
Article reference is to the following url:
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