Right on the heels of Safari for Windows comes Google Chrome. Bandolero was on that in a hurry! It gave a good ride, but quickly got bad press for heavy-handed EULA which Google quickly toned down but then poured in reports of security holes which we assume they’re working on. Bandolero found the open source source for unbranded Chrome where anybody can pick up the latest daily version of the thing, if they want, no EULA required, which Bandolero did.
And then Bandolero revisited an old favorite, Avant Browser, and found it had been upgraded a few times since last downloaded and so downloaded latest version. In the course of doing so, discovered the Avant folks have also created an Avant version using Gecko (Mozilla/Firefox) engine, called Orca, and so downloaded it, naturally. The regular Avant runs on same engine as IE. Either way, Avant and Orca are still the fastest, even faster than Chrome, we think.
So the browser wars, like Bandolero, are in heat, it seems. We’re thinking of putting out the Bandolero Browser. Has a nice ring to it, eh? We’d have ordinarily provided links for all these mentioned browsers, but it’s late and Bandolero needs his sleep. Buenas noches, amigos.