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I'm benchmarking browsers on Linux and windows using a Amd k6-2 @ 360mhz, 198mbs of ram and a 8gb Hdd. So far I have tested and compared......... Netscape Firefox Opera ...
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    I'm benchmarking browsers on Linux and windows using a Amd k6-2 @ 360mhz, 198mbs of ram and a 8gb Hdd. So far I have tested and compared.........

    Netscape
    Firefox
    Opera
    K-meleon
    Internet Explorer

    Does anyone have any others that they might recommend?

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    Perhaps Dillo?

    http://www.dillo.org/

    What criteria are you looking for in the way of suggestions?
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    I don't run it but Epiphany is gaining in popularity so you might want to include it.
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    Are you looking for just graphical browsers or what about text-based browsers.
    links and lynx are a couple text-based browser.
    The only other graphical browser I can think of that is not listed is galeon.
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    I'm looking for graphical browsers. Not to many people use text browsers and they don't seem to appeal much to desktop users.

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    Links is graphical too ("links -driver x" for X, "links -driver fb" for framebuffer etc)

    Personally I like epiphany and konqueror... You might bechmark them.

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