Developed specifically for Mac OS, Camino is an open source web browser that offers many functions, including navigation using tabs, pop-up blocker, protection of privacy, management of downloads and management ons.
Since version 1.6.8 referred last June, two maintenance revisions 1.6.9 and 1.6.10 have emerged. The grinding was accompanied by the 1.6.9 update of the Gecko rendering engine to address various concerns of security and stability, improved blocking Flash animations and improved ad blocking.
As for milling 1.6.10, newly published, announces to disable Java in Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) to prevent many crashes, the Fixed crash when closing a tab by clicking on its button and the improvement of ad blocking.
Let us recall that a fourth beta version of Camino 2, the next major upgrade for the software has been online lately. The opportunity for the curious to test for a taste of news.