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Linux Web Surfing - Get Armed with Dillo [MLUG]
Sep. 24, 2002

Paul Tatham provides a nice review of the Dillo lightweight browser at the Montreal Linux Users Group website . . .

" . . . Dillo won't be for everyone; it doesn't support java, javascript or https, and some pages get rendered in strange ways, (including the index page). And you can forget about audio and video, you'll have to download and run offline. Streaming media is out of the question. But if you want to visit news sites or do general browsing, Dillo will work for you. It also seems to be remarkably stable considering it's alpha software. I've been using it quite a bit lately and it hasn't bailed on me yet. More than I can say for the other graphical browsers . . . "

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