To answer your question directly, I
4.51 to browse perlmonks. To get a good general idea of how the numbers stack up by OS / browser try visiting this
greatly underpublicized node.
1I'll explain this lest I get downvoted unnecessarily. My friend and I started calling referring to our favorite (of the two) browsers by this name back in the Win 95 days, where the general instability of windows and the bugginess of the browser combined to make lynx a very attractive option. I have long since forsaken windows and the resultant familiarity with the BIOS screen, but the quirkiness of Netscape remains. To date this is by far the most stable version I've found, however it has a memory leak that manages to completely fill my 64MB RAM and 128 MB swap partition every 8-12 hours or so. Come quickly great lizard! Make haste oh konqueror!
And no, I don't own 27 pairs of sweatpants.
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