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126.96.36.199 Beta 60 (Apr 20, 2005)
Program itself it is a very good piece of work, but imho all java-based programs should be categorized as BLOATWARE/RESOURCE-EAT-WARE. We (users) really do not need another 100MB of required-to-run (java) files inside our \Windows directories.
2005 Build 100 (Sep 29, 2004)
What can i say -.-
I got an error every time when Game 2 demo starts.
It is DX9 control applet saying that i'm out of video memory.
And i'm Running on Radeon 9600XT with 128MB memory.
7.52 (Jul 7, 2004)
For me -> Masterpiece.
-Smallest browser with largest possibilities. (Almost the same options as Mozilla but it takes 5MB on hard drive instead of 30-40)
-Fastest browser on earth. (Try running it on pc with 8MB of ram and 166MHz processor)
-Best coded. (5MB after install, beat this.)
1.7 (Jun 18, 2004)
Just like EdZ said but why olny 3?
Cause by using Opera you are getting the same functions, the same capabilities but LESS memory usage, LESS hd space usage (still 6MB is a bit lower than 30 -.-), and FASTER overall work (if you don't want to belive me, just run Mozilla and Opera on 166Mhz type PC with 16MB Ram etc. or just open a page with loads of pictures and click BACK button, you'll see).
Anyway. Good work. The choice is yours.
0.9 RC (Jun 9, 2004)
Its going better and better.
From insane 30MB after install and 15MB installation file, they made 4.8MB installer and only 14MB final installation size.
Is it mean that Firefox (previously Firebird [previosly Phoenix]) is going to be the second best CODED browser ever made?
Its piece of a GREAT work, but still its *nothing* compared to the fastest and best coded browser on earth. Opera PEROID (Just for info, installation file of this masterpiece has 3.4MB and it takes 6.5MB of diskspace with ALL possible futures [Mail, IRC etc] after installation).
Keep it going guys. Nice work.