Midori

Midori

Midori is a free and open-source web browser based on GTK and Webkit. The browser is lightweight and fast that works cross-platform.

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GNOME Web
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GNOME Web

GNOME Web or codename: Epiphany is a free and open-source web browser based on the WebKit rendering engine. The web browser is developed openly by the GNOME Project and the community for all Unix-like systems. GNOME Web is the official web browser of the Linux desktop environment GNOME.

 

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Epiphany
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Epiphany

Surf the web with a fast & lightweight web browser. Epiphany is a web browser built specifically for elementaryOS that lets you use modern websites and web apps while being lighter on battery life.

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Pale Moon
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Pale Moon

A free and open-source web browser based on Goanna. Pale Moon is designed and developed with an emphasis on customizability, hence their motto "Your browser, Your way". The browser is available for Linux and Windows and is a for of Firefox with substantial divergence to make it as customizable as possible.

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Firefox
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Firefox

Firefox is a free and open source web browser developed by Mozilla Foundation and the community. Roughly 250 million people use Firefox to browse the web daily. The browser is loved by many and in the open-source world it's seen as the defacto web browser. Firefox is highly extensible, and provides an ecosystem for thousands of third-party add-ons, that can be used to extend the capability of the software. According to tests the Firefox outperform similar web browsers like Google Chrome and Safari. The Firefox project also takes deep pride in preserving user privacy in a world where more and more personal data is collected.

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Firefox Developer Edition
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Firefox Developer Edition

As a developer you will love Firefox Developer Edition! It is a blazing fast browser that includes the latest development tools such as support for CSS grid debugging, CSS shape path editor, the variable fonts inspector, and many other features. Firefox Developer Edition is also handled as a separate profile compared to your regular Firefox setup, so you don't have to worry that your Firefox Developer Edition settings will affect your regular browsing experience. As a developer the Firefox Developer Edition browser is a must have.

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Opera
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Opera

A free web browser for Android, iOS, macOS, Linux and Windows developed by the Norwegian company Opera Software. Opera is Chromium-based browser with a unique user interface that uses the Blink layout engine. With Opera users can browse in privacy with Opera's built-in VPN. Stay in touch with each other through the built-in messenger and browse in style with with dark and light themes, keyboard shortcuts, and favorite bookmarks.

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Vivaldi
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Vivaldi

Vivaldi is a free web browser developed by the co-founder of Opera Software Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner and Tatsuki Tomita. The browser was first released in 2016, when it set out to rival other popular web browsers with a new take on UI and UX. Vivalid is a fast browser that gives you as a user ton of control over your browsing experience while at the same time respecting your privacy and security.

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Falkon
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Falkon

Falkon is a free and open-source Chromium-based web browser built on the Qt WebEngine. It aims to be a lightweight web browser available through all major platforms. Allowing you to enjoy a fast and safe browsing experience from any of your devices. With Falkon you can expect all features found in modern-day browsers like bookmarks, history, sidebars and tabs, while also allowing you to extend the core functionality of the browser with plugins. The project is openly developed by the KDE team and is released as free and open software under the GPL-3.0 License.

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Microsoft Edge
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Microsoft Edge

A free Chromium-based web browser developed for rebuilt for performance and compatibility by Microsoft. Microsoft Edge features a browser experience that can make you more productive. You can also automatically donate to cause of your choice when you search with Bing through Microsoft Rewards and Microsoft Edge.

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Browsh
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Browsh

A is a fully-modern text-based browser. Browsh renders anything that a modern browser can; HTML5, CSS3, JS, video and even WebGL. Its main purpose is to be run on a remote server and accessed via SSH/Mosh or the in-browser HTML service in order to significantly reduce bandwidth and thus both increase browsing speeds and decrease bandwidth costs. To run Browsh, you need to have Firefox 57 or newer installed.

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