|IE 6.0 Win32||No||Yes||Yes||Yes||Poor|
|IE 5.x MacOS||?||Yes||Yes||?||Fair|
Please add any that are missing.
This browser is the full-size reference browser for PPR development. It runs the PPR web interface almost perfectly. If a w3c standard feature doesn't work in Mozilla it probably doesn't work anywhere.
This is a small, light browser for X-Windows. It is the the second low-end-graphical reference browser used for PPR development.
While PPR still contains some work-arounds for this browser, testing isn't done anymore. It is notorious for having what is presumably a pre-alpha CSS implementation which frequently crashes the browser. Don't use this unless you have too. If you really need a small browser, try Dillo.
Though this browser is buggy and not actively maintained (as of February 2004), some testing is done with this browser because people insist on using it. It mostly works, but anything that will run this will run Mozilla too. Go get Mozilla.
This is an obsolete browser. It implements HTML 3.0, a proposed standard that was never adopted. It doesn't support tables. Upgrade to Links.