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Safari Vs Firefox

 
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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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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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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)..
 
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