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    "Looks and feels really good"

    April 7, 2009  |   By mitchjmh


    If the final release of it is free of issues, this will become my primary browser. It looks super and I love the new tab bar.


    It has bugs galore at this point. One page I pulled up was displayed upside down (that was interesting).


    It beats all others for minimal toolbar area and the look of it is super. It is pretty fast so far, but has kind of a last second delay on some sights (if I had to compare the delay to something I would say it's similar to a download after it's done then it's held up for a last second virus scan kind of thing). I'm hoping all is well with it on the final release though because I really like the look of it.

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