s to the usual
There are many
): A fast browser for
browsers are more lightweight than this original uber-browser-beast.
: Originally Phoenix, then Firebird, then Firefox, now rumored to be the next
. Light-weight, fast, tabbed browsing, active developer and tweaker community.
: Since the late 1990s, Netscape
an alternative browser (to Explorer, that is). Netscape has been Gecko-based since version 6.
Other notable browsers:
): "a fullscreen graphical World Wide Web browser, which is currently available for DOS-compatible operating systems and for Linux/SVGAlib platform."
comes with and runs under the virtual
, the entire download is 57MB -- you're likely to have more RAM than that!
): "small and fast browser based on the
): You can actually browse the web using
): A quick RAM-light browser for
with built-in HTML validation and the ability to browse LINK RELs in pages.
: Part of KDE; renders well, but has several interface problems, in particular bugs in the drag-and-drop.
"may be the world's smallest and fastest web browser with full HTML 3.2 support."
): A good browser for
just like every other browser in the world. No more ads! It's stable, fast, and easily handles a lot of tabs.
: A browser from
, great features.
- very fast, lightweight browser based on WebKit
. It's in develomental stage, but already usable.
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