Camino Browser : Mac Style & Mozilla Power

You have heard so much about which web browser is better. What about Camino…

combines the awesome visual and behavioral experience of the Macintosh philosophy with powerful web-browsing capabilities of the Mozilla Gecko rendering engine.

Camino uses the Gecko rendering engine, the same engine used in the Mozilla suite and the popular Firefox web browser. Gecko renders web pages faster and more accurately. It looks and feels like a Mac OS X application should because it was designed exclusively for Mac OS X and the high standards set by its users.

Recently released is the new version Camino 0.8.4 – see the release notes to see the entire list of improvements and bug-fixes. Camino readily integrates into your Mac OS X computing environment and supports the latest W3C web standards such as HTML, XML, XHTML, XSLT, DOM, CSS and JavaScript as well as popular plug-ins such as QuickTime, Flash, Shockwave, and Java.

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