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Safari Vs Firefox

Omar Al Kababji
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Hi guys, check this post for comparing Safari performance against Firefox

http://omarkababji.weebly.com/1/post/2009/08/safari-or-firefox.html


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Bear Bibeault
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Safari is a fine browser. I use both, but do the majority of my surfing in Safari.

With its plethora of useful plugins, Firefox is a great browser for web development.


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Ranveer K Kumar
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Omar Al Kababji wrote:Hi guys, check this post for comparing Safari performance against Firefox

http://omarkababji.weebly.com/1/post/2009/08/safari-or-firefox.html


yes I agree with Bear,

Safari is fast but not many usefull plugins like firefox. Firefox has large no of third party plugins/addons which is sometimes very usefull specially.

For example JavaRanch also provide search plugin for Firefox but not for Safari (atleast till now)..
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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