Posted using Chromium on the Pi

October 14, 2012 at 5:06 am Leave a comment

The Raspbian distribution comes with Midori as the browser, at least for “Wheezy”. It’s not so bad, but now that I have Chromium installed (the open source base that Chrome is built from), I’ll never go back again. To be sure, there are still some bugs, regardless of which browser is being used. But it’s perfectly usable as long as the web site does not delve too deep in the use of HTML script-intense features.

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