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  • #2590
    eter
    eter
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    A few ideas for alternative browsers ;)

    You want to help in the development?
    Comments and suggestions welcome!

    #2592
    eter
    eter
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    “Pale Moon”
    Pale Moon is an Open Source, Firefox-based web browser available for Microsoft Windows, Android and Linux (with other operating systems in development), focusing on efficiency and ease of use. Make sure to get the most out of your browser!
    Page: https://www.palemoon.org/contributed-builds.shtml

    Install Pale Moon of PPA

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    #2603
    eter
    eter
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    “QupZilla”
    QupZilla is a lightweight multiplatform web browser written in Qt Framework and using its web rendering core QtWebKit.
    Page: http://www.qupzilla.com/

    Install QupZilla of PPA

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    Comments and suggestions welcome!

    #2604
    eter
    eter
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    “Otter Browser”
    Otter Browser aims to recreate the best aspects of the classic Opera (12.x) UI using Qt5.
    page: http://otter-browser.org/

    Install Otter Browser of PPA

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    #2644

    flavitu
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    Nice info, I use Midori but I take a look on Pale Moon and in others.

    Thanks for share.

    #2645

    Douglas Willett
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    I like Maxthon.  It is based on Chrome and features the blink engine, which is probably the fastest browser engine.  It has all the chrome add-ons, is easy to configure and has no problems with videos that generally require flash.  Image:

    http://lxlinux.com/maxthon0.png

    #2659
    eter
    eter
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    I allowed myself to post how to install ;)
    I have not found a package in repositories PPA

    page: http://www.maxthon.com/

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    #2660

    flavitu
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    THanks for share, Maxtron for me is a new good notice.

     

     

    Thanks.

    #2661
    eter
    eter
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    I also got interested, although I am a faithful user of luakit full configuration maybe a little to discourage:wacko:
    Thank you for your entries, hopefully there were more :good:
    Regards.

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    #3025
    coon
    coon
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    Engine:
    gecko: firefox, iceweasel, palemoon
    gtkwebkit: luakit
    qtwebkit: qupzilla, slimboat
    blink: chrome, chromium, srware-iron, slimjet, maxthon, opera 15< presto: opera 12

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