So far, my MacBook Pro has been extremely stable. I've yet to have it lock up or have any programs mysteriously shut down. With Adobe's CS2 apps, it could be because they are not universal binaries (CS3 apps are). If you're running them on an Intel based Mac that could explain the instability.
Bibin, Personally I like both Opera and Firefox but I use Firefox on a daily basis. I also use Opera on my Wii (Wee!).
And I say "Get Firefox" only for people who haven't seen the light already and still use IE (and probably have many spywares).
I support the Web Standards and write my sites only by Valid HTML 4 and XHTML 1.1.
And if you notice, Neatwares Studio shows 3 banners for different kinds of browsers:
-Get Firefox for IE users (Because their browser suck )
-Fire up the fox for Firefox users (Site with plugins and skins for Firefox)
-Open Office for Opera/Netscape/Safari users (Because they already made their browser choise, and any non-IE browser is good.)
The final line - Both Opera and Firefox rules.
CS2 crashes? I've never had Photoshop crash on me (6, 7, CS1-3), OSX or XP. It's certainly one of the more stable apps I've seen. The only Apple developed app I've had crash on me is iMovie, which seems *extremely* buggy now. Nowt else has crashed. Ever. G4 or Core2Duo.
My Windows XP got very unstable when I installed the newest Catalyst video drivers