Updating imac g5 from safari
The Camino browser, an early merging of the Mozilla/Firefox engine with Mac OS X graphics routines, remains eminently usable, although it hasn’t been updated in years and is probably the least secure browser you’re likely to consider. It has taken a back seat in my daily use, but that’s only over the past year, and it continues to be very useful as one tool in our process of migrating old Low End Mac content to Word Press.Opera remains in use by a small percentage of the market, showing up at about 1% in our site analytics, which gives it 5th place among desktop browser and 4th place on Macs.
Opera 10.63 is the last version compatible with OS X 10.5 and Power PC Macs.Nor does it have modern features such as full screen mode, which is wonderful on smaller displays.In the end, there are lots of options, so try a few to see which fit your needs and style.2013 – A while back, I explained why Ten Four Fox is without a doubt the best browser option for anyone running Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger on a Power PC Mac.
Today I follow that up by looking at two contenders for the best browser on OS X 10.5 Leopard.
Safari for Leopard is very outdated in terms of features, speed, and security, while Firefox (and hence Ten Four Fox and Aurorafox) remain under development. That may not sound like much, since no software written in the Leopard era supports full page mode, but Ten Four Fox and Aurorafox are modern browsers that do support full page mode.