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I can understand your frustration if you feel you were burnt by the lack of upgrades to Oregano 1. However that doesn't mean O3 won't be a useful product.

My own experience as an Oregano 2 user is very positive. It remains practically the only browser I use at home, in spite of having Netsurf and a PC with Firefox etc.

Netsurf is great, and whilst the sites it can render it renders better than O2, the latter seems to succeed with a broader range of sites in my experience. Firefox on the PC renders everything flawlessly, but I find it desperately slow, even compared to O2.

If O3 is an advance on O2 then it will be a benefit to the platform. All IMHO!

 is a RISC OS Userflypig on 7/4/05 1:41PM
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