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22.0 Beta 2 (May 23, 2013)
The ability to manipulate this browser by way of stylish allows me to get this close to Opera in layout. Simple Mail seals the deal but this really is slower than all of the other browsers.
It's also worth noting that not only does it seem that Chrome has more extensions available, but the Firefox community seems to be giving up and and addons are not being updated with the same vigour. That's probably because of Firefox's breaking of them when updating, a mistake Chrome doesn't make. Chrome's java engine is also quite a bit better
One of the main innovators from Opera has joined Mozilla so that makes things very promising
28.0.1500.20 Dev (May 23, 2013)
"People" who aren't self fellating themselves like Steve realize that we do not all operate in the same manner. Chrome, like Steve, neglects that and in turn work flow suffers. If you overlook the raping of your privacy you find a browser that works well on most sites but it just doesn't allow you much in the way of customization. This lack of control over the browser forces you to assimilate your behaviour and work style and that doesn't work for me. It's also extremely resource hungry.
The new Blink engine, Google's fork to webkit, is in this build and beyond. Can't say I notice any difference.
4 for speed and compatibility, -1 for lack of control, -1 for horrible privacy policies
1.95 (May 10, 2013)
Some have been spamming this board claiming Tixati is the best new torrent client but the fact is that it is slow, cumbersome and buggy. As are most of the clients I've come across in searching for a uTorrent replacement. qBittorrent is by far the closets thing I've found, certainly not this
20.0.1 (Apr 18, 2013)
wow what nonsense. Firefox leaves files all over your computer as does it's so called portable version. So it would only make sense that a browser based off of it would do the same.
Pot, meet kettle. What does FF stand for exactly any ways when it operates off of Corporate donations? Mozilla also has a history of taking innovation from other browsers like Opera.
Comodo has made some good clone browsers that actually run a little leaner though I find Dragon to be better than this and the reason for that is Webkit>Gecko. They also add another layer of protection
1.2.3 Beta 3 (Feb 11, 2013)
I'm not sure why roj is slagging the player for a problem with a plugin that is not even packaged with the player itself. That's like complaining about Chrome because The Google team's youtube extension is crap.
The player is and has been one rock solid piece of software. My only gripe is with the tagging. Something had changed a few builds ago and because of that I've had to retag some files.
1.2.3 Beta 3 (Aug 19, 2011 - 12:33 PM)
Now the psp door stop has company.
No surprise really. There's a reason why most thought the ipad would fail and it's because most people really don't want a tablet they can limp wrist their way about with. It's just that apple zealots will buy anything apple therefore giving the illusion that tablets would be a success.
I do feel bad for those who bought this though, sucks to be left holding the tab so soon.