The Best Browser for OS X

If you’re using Mac OS X (as I am) then you’ll definitely want to download Omniweb. It’s a far better browser than the Internet Explorer that comes with OSX. Make sure to create an iDisk account and check your iDisk software folder. There are a BUNCH of good programs in there, including OmniWeb, iTunes, and iMovie, all fully OS X native.

6 Replies to “The Best Browser for OS X”

  1. I got a question. I hear Leo says that Mac OS X is based off Unix. Is it Linux by any chance?

  2. happy blog to you leo!!
    Us inbred hillbillys cannot wait until you come to Charleston, WV! Do you have any details (location and time)?
    Maybe if you have time you could come to my family reunion and see if you can help me find a wife…. 🙂

  3. Note to Robert: no, it is not Linux. In fact Linux is a free Unix. OS X is a shell on top of Unix, much like Windows is a shell on top of DOS.
    Feel free to correct me, Leo, if I am wrong.

  4. OSX is BSD Unix underneath, running on top of the Mach kernel. in fact, i’m posting from OmniWeb under OS X right now. i think OmniWeb might be the best browser ever published for the mac. and ie 5 under OS 9 was pretty good.

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