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11.00 Build 1060 Beta (Nov 12, 2010)
This is the one for me. It's the best browser I've used, and once you set it up just so (edit or replace the urlfilter.ini file to block ads, replace the css default settings by another one that collapses ad frames, enable "real" tab browsing to open your favorites in a new tab, etc...), you get the browsing experience of your life! This new version of Opera really flies, as another user said, it's also stable for a preview, and its rendering is flawless on all the sites I visit on a daily basis. You can now add extensions to it, though the list isn't on par with Firefox's extensions catalog, of course...
Give it a try, you won't be disappointed!
3.3.0 RC3 (Nov 8, 2010)
The problem, for me, with OpenOffice for Mac has always and is still its poor integration in the MacOS X environment, and one of the consequences I deplore the most is the painfully slow scroll through large documents. NeoOffice doesn't suffer from that flaw (it's a flaw for me), as scrolling is much easier and faster. Aside from that, and like all the other suites stemming from the OOo core, its functionalities are quite interesting, like its capability to export a document in the PDF format natively. I just wish it were a little faster to load and to scroll through documents... Oh yes, one thing: it's free...
10.63 (Oct 12, 2010)
The best that there is! It's that simple: rendering is perfect in most cases (in the instances where it's not, the page's coding is usually at fault...), the interface is now totally Mac-like, speed is on par (if not better) with the competition, and the user-interface is completely customizable.
What more can you expect from a Web browser...?
How do you say "Thumbs up" in Norwegian...?
4.0 Beta 3 (Aug 11, 2010)
Doesn't work on Tiger (MacOS X 10.4.x for the non-cognoscenti...), hence the low rating. It's a shame really: Mozilla is following in Google's footsteps when it comes to Apple OSes, and forgets that not all Mac users can or want to switch to Snow Leopard. Might as well spit in our eye... Take Opera as the (perfect) counter-example, they who have recently launched a new version of their browser that's really multi-platform. Shame on you, Gorgonzilla! (pardon the cheesy pun...)
10.50 Build 8189 Pre-Alpha (Jan 21, 2010)
I hope the next release will be more "finished" (I know, it's a bad pun when talking about a Norwegian browser...)!
10.50 Build 8189 Pre-Alpha (Jul 31, 2011 - 11:31 AM)
What a cheap bastage you are.
Couldn't get Apple to give you a free MBP ?
10.50 Build 8189 Pre-Alpha (Jul 20, 2011 - 2:15 PM)
The only thing I really, really, really hate about Lion is that it won't run on my vintage MacBook Pro (circa 2006) running a good (?) old (!) Core Duo Intel processor... Aside from that, it's the utmost fantastic-est OS you could ever dream of installing on your magnificent Apple computer!
[troll: off] OK, this said, I understand what Joe means: everything looks different on Lion, and I'm not sure I'd like the iOS-like interface anyway. Still, if I could make it to run on my vintage MacBook Pro, circa... Did I already mention it...? Mmmm, I must be getting old too, then... I know there are workaround measures to implement to make Lion run on a Core Duo machine, even with the official release, but I don't have time to fool around: I'm too busy making (and saving) money to buy myself a brand-new Apple machine. That's business, baby!
10.50 Build 8189 Pre-Alpha (Jul 16, 2011 - 4:46 AM)
I am NOT going to take part in this pissing contest... What? I just did?! Oh well... Hey, how about them Dodgers?! :-)
Get real, people: ALL OSes are susceptible to be hacked or exposed to malware. It's just a matter of someone wanting it badly enough...
10.50 Build 8189 Pre-Alpha (Jun 27, 2011 - 2:37 PM)
And I am sorry if I offended you, Blackholesun! But you know what I meant: some people will comment negatively on other people's posts for the fun of it, to fuel the fires, so to speak, but they don't add one iota of interest to the ongoing conversation. I'm glad other people feel the same way about Opera and its new "party line"; I love that browser, and I'd hate to see it fall below the radar on our desktops and laptops because it's much more lucrative to specialize in mobile devices and game consoles. I'm simply not ready to adopt another browser, period...
10.50 Build 8189 Pre-Alpha (Jun 26, 2011 - 1:29 PM)
@Blackholesun: "... Please, don't feed the trolls...!"