Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 25th Sep 2006 21:00 UTC, submitted by mikemuch
Internet & Networking "Sure, you've use Firefox and Internet Explorer. You may have even dabbled in Flock and Opera, or even become a devotee of one of these lesser-known applications. But have you ever browsed the web with Deepnet Explorer? How 'bout SeaMonkey? And when's the last time you used Netscape? Did you even know that it was still around? And that's without even mentioning the really obscure browsers, with names like NutScrape, Orca, Salamander, Skipstone, SkyKruzer, Kazehakase, Madfox, Arachne, Charon, Chimera, Dillo, Oregano, and Viola. Here we'll review three web browsers that are far from today's Internet limelight: Deepnet Explorer, Netscape, and SeaMonkey." On a related note, a new version of K-Meleon has been released.
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RE: Hmm...
by pandronic on Tue 26th Sep 2006 06:43 UTC in reply to "Hmm..."
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K-Meleon could be a very interesting project, but sadly it's interface is a mess.

The menus are too clutered, there is not attention to details and the options look strange, to say the least (last time I've checked they were a combination of native controls, XUL and text files).

I'll be keeping my eye on it, maybe now that it's got past 1.0 it will go in the right direction.

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