Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 31st May 2013 23:27 UTC
Internet & Networking "After a decade-long run, Camino is no longer being developed, and we encourage all users to upgrade to a more modern browser. Camino is increasingly lagging behind the fast pace of changes on the web, and more importantly it is not receiving security updates, making it increasingly unsafe to use."
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Comment by aligatro
by aligatro on Sat 1st Jun 2013 00:41 UTC
aligatro
Member since:
2010-01-28

Camino-who ?

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RE: Comment by aligatro
by Hiev on Sat 1st Jun 2013 02:49 in reply to "Comment by aligatro"
Hiev Member since:
2005-09-27

How old are you? 15?

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RE[2]: Comment by aligatro
by stabbyjones on Sat 1st Jun 2013 03:02 in reply to "RE: Comment by aligatro"
stabbyjones Member since:
2008-04-15

I had to Wikipedia it to find out what it was.

An OSx only browser isn't going to be that we'll known, especially for people like me who avoid all contact with Apple.

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RE: Comment by aligatro
by drcouzelis on Sat 1st Jun 2013 02:55 in reply to "Comment by aligatro"
drcouzelis Member since:
2010-01-11

I liked Camino. I installed in on my mom's iMac. It's for when you wanted the power / freedom of Firefox (and Adblock Plus) but the look and feel of a native Mac application. It also worked on older versions of Mac OS X that were no longer receiving updates for Safari.

Now that Camino is gone, does anything fill it's place?

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Bill Shooter of Bul Member since:
2006-07-14

Well, if you wanted something that looked mac like but wasn't safari not really.

If you used it because it was more compatible than safari, but faster than firefox, then yes there are options.

Safari is better supported now. Firefox is better on Macs. Chrome exists. Any one of them would work. I switched to firefox, once they got their act together on macs.

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