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    I vote for Opera. it is more configurable than firefox. And what I apreciate at him most, he can catch almost every site and you can browse them later offline.

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    I use firefox, however when I'm in the right mood I use links. links can be used graphical, framebuffer (graphical without the graphics server) and console.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaboua
    I use firefox, however when I'm in the right mood I use links. links can be used graphical, framebuffer (graphical without the graphics server) and console.
    Either in graphics or text mode, Links rocks!
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    For me, I use Firefox because it is simple and works great.

    Opera, on the other hand, has a whole lot of features that I personally don't use and get in my way. I recommend trying out both however. You won't know for sure which you like more until you try them both out.

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    Firefox kicks but, not just on Linux, on all OS's.

    And I'm sorry, but opera is made for old ladies, the buttons when set to "small" are so friggin' huge, I can read them from a mile away with just my right eye, which I'm legally blind in, without my contacts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKwingsfan
    And I'm sorry, but opera is made for old ladies, the buttons when set to "small" are so friggin' huge, I can read them from a mile away with just my right eye, which I'm legally blind in, without my contacts.
    If big icons are the only reason you don't like Opera, that's one hell of a stand you're taking .

    I suppose you did hear about the 'preferences' menu? You can change it there...
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