Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 13th Aug 2009 19:25 UTC
Google When Google released its Chrome web browser for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X users were left out in the rain, without the ability to enjoy all the goodness that is Chrome. Thanks to the relentless porting efforts of the Chromium team, we now have daily builds of the Chrome/Chromium web browser, and I decided to take a look where the Linux version stands.
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Anyone tried Arora?
by joeprusa on Thu 13th Aug 2009 21:34 UTC
joeprusa
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2006-05-25

I like Chromium a lot (minus the missing Adblock) but KDE's Arora is starting to look quite promising, too. No idea when/if it will replace Konqueror, though.

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RE: Anyone tried Arora?
by 0brad0 on Thu 13th Aug 2009 21:56 in reply to "Anyone tried Arora?"
0brad0 Member since:
2007-05-05

I like Chromium a lot (minus the missing Adblock) but KDE's Arora is starting to look quite promising, too. No idea when/if it will replace Konqueror, though.


Arora looks nice and works well with KDE but it is NOT a KDE browser.

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RE[2]: Anyone tried Arora?
by joeprusa on Thu 13th Aug 2009 22:05 in reply to "RE: Anyone tried Arora?"
joeprusa Member since:
2006-05-25

You are right. It says nothing about KDE in the About box, It is just a Qt app.
Strange - it was set up as a default browser at some point in one of Kubuntu Karmic's KDE 4 betas...
My bad, sorry guys/gals for this misinformation.

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