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    Best Linux Browser?

    I was just wondering what is the best linux browser

    Dont put mozilla i hate it dont ask i get a lot of problems using it on windows and linux.

    Burning Software?

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    how about Opera http://www.opera.com/products/user/index.dml

    and X-CD-Roast 0.98 for the burning software ..http://www.xcdroast.org/#download

    and here you can fidn anysoftware for linux THIS LIK IS FOR CD_ROM SOFTWARE and here is the site with the categories for all software for linux http://stommel.tamu.edu/~baum/linuxl...ist/node6.html

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    I am not saying they are the best, with *nix its all about choice - so I prefer to use Mozilla Firebird for web browsing .....

    http://www.mozilla.org/projects/fire...ase-notes.html

    and ....

    k3b for burning .... k3b when set up, will even do dvd burning (with a dvd burner of course) and dvd rips for you into nice Xvid's or Divx avi's - only if you own that dvd that is ;-) .... and easy to use with what I think is a Nero'ish GUI.

    http://k3b.sourceforge.net (version 0.10 just released)

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    memory says opera, i also say opera, best browser for linux and windoze if u ask me, apart from opera, i have found konqueror to be quite ok if im using a box at the uni with opera not installed on it...

    if you dont care about images much, lynx is very fast to bring up text and stuff like that... ive used it before, very simple to use but its kinda no frills, antionline works on it ( it did before jupm took over, but havnt tried it since then so dont quote me on that) quite well, im just the kinda person who uses the keyboard a lot

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    ok guys .... haven't used Opera for a while just downloaded and installed ..... must say I am quite impressed .... might have swayed me on this one .... going to give Opera a good test drive right now !!!

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    lynx havent had one problem with it yet. its lightweight and fast. much better then mozilla and netscape could ever be. ....honestly im not sure,. sad to say i might have to say galeon.....maybe...
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    opera is bloated... i cannot believe they accualy want $ for it...

    mozzilla firebird ... hands down
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    I like Konqeruer, and use it a lot .... but it has a few deficiencies that mozillia usually makes up for.
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    I use Konq alot. But to me the best Linux/*NIX browsers are:


    Links, E-Links, Lynx, Konq And my fav, Galeon.

    Links is better than lynx in my opinion, just the way links displays things i like more. elinks is justabout the same. Galeon though is the ****.
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