Don’t feel bad if you’ve never heard of Camino. The OS X browser, which was introduced in a bygone era of OS X’s existence, faring back 10 years ago, has been officially shut down. Stuart Morgan, the lead project manager behind the browser has posted the following comment today on the official Camino blog: “Camino […]
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