IE still the best for me.....for now. Am really hoping that Omni Web 4.1 makes me change. Pages are beautiful. Just doesn't display some sites that I go to at all. IE still looks like an os 9 app so I hope someone can come through.
I would like to give Opera a try but it's missing the following features:
Scroll mouse support
Something similar to Favorites Bar
fix a bug in mail.yahoo.com. I can't logon with my password.
Once it has these, I'll use it as my main browser.
Personally I use Opera, and I find it to be certainly the fastest. On my configuration that is... Sometimes I do have a problem here and there with certain pages (yahoo.com sign-ins for example) but the problems are managable as long as they are fixed during the beta process. Flash is sporadic, sometimes it'll work other times it's a no go...
Although I agree Omniweb is beautiful and I'd love to use a cocoa app instead of carbon, it crashes on me every time I use it! That's the kind of behaviour I'd expect from a pre Mac OS X application. I haven't used it once without submitting a bug report. Currently I use Microsoft Explorer 5 - excellent browser.
I just discovered that OmniWeb 4.1 sp 7 has speech recognition! cool!!! You can even speak the links on the page, and it will go to them (well, sometimes at least) commands like reload page, stop, go back, and go forward work more consistently. Hands-Free web navigation!!!
What ever happent to Apples Cyberdog? By the time I got interrested, it wasn't there any more. I think the site is www.cyberdog.org
I really don't know what it was, I just read something in a very old Macworld about there being 3 major browsers, Netscape, IE and Cyberdog
Wouldn't a browser by Apple be great?
Perhaps it would be great... but...
I would much rather prefer a browser collaborative, (like the PPC collaborative )... this way stuff gets done faster, and perhaps standards are in place.... like W3C standards