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Firefox. Both in linux and windows (actually, on an older machine, I have Kmeleon). But most public computers (like at the library) still have IE...
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    Firefox. Both in linux and windows (actually, on an older machine, I have Kmeleon). But most public computers (like at the library) still have IE
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    Firefox in Linux, Firefox/Opera (identifies as IE tho :P) when in Win.
    Btw, the default Firefox theme looks very nice imho
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    Firefox (Qute theme rocks, although under Linux Plastikfox blends well with KDE) is my main browser (IE->Mozilla 1.3->Firefox 0..

    Windows: Firefox, keep also Mozilla, Opera and IE arround
    SuSE Linux: Firefox, Konqueror.

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    Forgot to mention, I really like the Noia theme both in firefox and elsewhere. I started using firefox back around 0.5 (on windows).
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    IE ... kidding, Firefox.

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    Firefox. I personally think it's the best browser out there. I love it!
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    I use w3m or Mozilla. Not all web pages render perfectly in w3m, but it's prolly one of the best text-based browsers in this respect.

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    FireFox is the best

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    Firefox here.

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    I like the default ff-theme me to, I just like plastikfox + lila ( https://addons.update.mozilla.org/th...nfo.php?id=187 ) better.

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