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View Poll Results: What is the best browser for *BSD systems?
Firefox 36 50.00%
Mozilla 0 0%
SeaMonkey 2 2.78%
Netscape 0 0%
Opera 20 27.78%
Safari 0 0%
Internet Explorer 0 0%
Amaya 0 0%
Lynx 3 4.17%
Links 0 0%
Elinks 1 1.39%
Dillo 0 0%
w3m 3 4.17%
Konqueror 2 2.78%
Galeon 1 1.39%
Epiphany 1 1.39%
Flock 1 1.39%
Camino 0 0%
Skipstone 0 0%
Other 2 2.78%
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Old 16th June 2008
aleunix aleunix is offline
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I think the best browser is firefox.

I hope that in the future are available minimal browser based on Webkit.

I saw some projects on the network but are still in experimental phase. (I have tried Arora on Ubuntu Hardy).

I would like a minimal browser with few dependencies but complete for X.
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