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Full user review
"What other browsers should strive to be"
Runs fast on any of my OS X machines (a powerbook g3, a power mac g4, and an imac g5), looks nice, easy to tweak, and with camitools, there's more options for browser settings than there is in firefox or safari (and yes, even on the pbg3, it scrolls most pages smoothly.) everything i threw at it worked except windows media player, but windows media player blows chunks on mac os anyway (microsoft had to purposly make it that sucky, since wma is just an mpeg-4 codec with another name and everyone with a mac knows that if a p3/600 can play it, a g3/266 does too.)
there's nothing with this level of os integration available for windows that works this well...poor windows users and their msie 7 that's coming out in the future.
oh, hey cnet, don't some mouse gestures make you feel as if you're doing something innapropriate? i'm not taking any further, but you know what i mean. ;)