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I switched to K-Meleon last year, after years with Firefox, because I got frustrated with Firefox 2 being painfully slow on my system, especially each time it had been running a few hours.

The main feature of K-Meleon is that it's incredibly fast. Amazingly fast, and yet still fully-featured. I loved it. Then Firefox 3 came out and it addressed most of the performance issues from FF2 and I was lured back by being able to have the functionality of my add-ons.

K-Meleon can run Mozilla/Netscape plugins but not Firefox add-ons, unless they've been specially adapted. It will run Java applets natively as long as JRE is installed. There's a little macro language which you can have a look at here.
 

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Wow, thank you. I've been researching browsers and trying to find out what's the second best (first being Firefox, of course) or possibly finding out which might be better than the fox.

I've tried:
Safari
K-Meleon
Opera
Internet Explorer
Google Chrome

I've found that Opera and K-Melon are great!
 

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K-Meleon is very nimble, without a doubt. It's been a year or maybe even more since I last tested it heavily, althuogh I do start it up every now and then after upgrading.
 
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