BBC News Examines Alternative Browsers
Friday March 7th, 2003
A prolific writer writes: "I saw this article on the BBC News front page about alternatives to MSIE." As well as Mozilla, the report also looks briefly at Safari, Netscape, Opera and the secretive new Xwebs browser.
#6 Oh dear, XWebs is going to suck!
Saturday March 8th, 2003 8:30 AM
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I was reading that article about XWebs, and was moderately impressed with what this guy is trying to achieve, until I read the following words . . . "The browser is based on the version of Microsoft Internet Explorer that third-party developers use . . . " So, he's foolishly chosen to build his supposedly groundbreaking new browser program from an existing browser app that's technically obsolete, and riddled with bugs and security holes. Instead of riding on the Gecko freeway, he's boarded the rickety old M$HTML rollercoaster!