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What do you think is the best web browser by the following categories?

1. Speed- how fast you can browse.

2. Features- all you can do with it.

3. Simplicity- access all those features with ease.

4. Plug-ins- compatability and speed with all plug-ins.

5. Flexibility- menu items and/or appearance can be changed.

An Addition- 6. Accessability- can access most internet web sites.
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1. Camino

2. Firefox

3. Firefox

4. Unsure

5. unsure (i dont use that kind of stuff)

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1. Camino
Yeah, right now I'm using Camino. It seems to excel in everything.
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1.- Safari

2.- Netscape

3.- Safari

4.- Don't know

5.- Netscape

6.- Don't know

I have used only Safari, Netscape and IE
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1. Speed- Camino

2. Features- Firefox

3. Simplicity- All equal

4. Plug-ins- Firefox

5. Flexibility- No clue

6. Accessability- About equal
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Sorry I wasn't clear before. I meant as an average of all of the categories.
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