Updated Mac OS X Browser Comparison

Friday January 10th, 2003

Henri Sivonen writes: "With all this Safari hype going on, MozillaZine readers might be interested in how Chimera (and Mozilla) compare with it feature-wise. I've updated my Mac OS X browser comparison to cover the current OS X GUI browsers (excluding the experimental Phoenix and Beonex builds and wKiosk)."

#17 Re: Speed isn't everything...

by mbokil

Saturday January 11th, 2003 5:01 PM

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So true, So true... I have both Konqueror and Mozilla 1.3b running on my Linux box and I stopped using Konqueror to browse the web because CSS didn't render as acurately as Mozilla and basically page layouts looked like crap.

I know that Apple has tweaked the KHTML engine some and fixed some of these issues but don't be fooled that KHTML is a better engine than Gecko. It might be smaller, have a better described API, and lauch quicker but all that is moot to me since Mozilla is so stable on Linux that I just keep it running all week long.