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Rockmelt Browser: The Facebook Effect

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Old 29-12-2010
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Rockmelt Browser: The Facebook Effect
  

Hi,
Very recently i came across this browser called rockmelt.
When a browser is created, it’s is developed in such a manner that it’s compatible with most of the latest web technologies. And if the browser is popular, then most of the websites are coded in such a way that it can be viewed properly.
Rarely does it happen, that a website is so popular and widely used, that it can be the very reason for developing a new browser. This is what Facebook can do; you get a fully customised Facebook browser; The Rockmelt Browser.

For nice video review visit:
http://www.rockmelt.com

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Old 30-12-2010
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Re: Rockmelt Browser: The Facebook Effect

You are wrong, I tested the Rockmelt Browser on Windows 7 and it was giving me some errors. Even it was lagging so much that I immediately removed it after installation. If this Rockmelt Browser is to be compared with the buggy Internet Explorer, then I would say that Internet Explorer browser is better. Personally speaking, the best browser in the market is Mozilla Firefox.
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