Well I will stick with Opera for ONE of the Web Browsers – it will be the heavy one – and can/will be updated regularly to reflect on-going improvements and a better Internet experience. The other Web Browser will be Epiphany! It will be classed as the Light one. Epiphany will be the perfect Browser to chuck any/all How tos, tutorials or Help files.
Anyway, let’s test with this configuration…. why not stick with Firefox it’s just as heavy and slow as Opera? Opera has a focus on mobile devices and as such seeks to improve performance without sacrificing a cool experience. Firefox’s long term aim isn’t as clear. Maybe in six months things may change…. Yes I do miss Flash block and the plethora of plugins but Opera’s plugins aint too bad either. But most importantly, Firefox is no longer being compiled for Ubuntu Hardy Heron – I would need to install the binary which again slows performance.