ZDNet: K-Meleon browser part Mozilla, part IE
Aug 23, 2000, 18:39 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Not to be confused with Galeon -- the light GNOME browser
based on Gecko -- K-Meleon is billed as "the Windows answer to
Galeon," according to the K-Meleon Web site."
"A first beta of K-Meleon was posted to the Web on Monday and is
available for download. K-Meleon is available under the GNU private
license, meaning the full source code is available to developers
interested in building upon the browser."
"Like Galeon, as well as the Opera browser, K-Meleon's biggest
claim to fame is its small size and fast loading time. The full
K-Meleon package, including the installer, is 2.85MB. The "lite"
version, which requires the M17 Mozilla beta build in order to
install, is only 183KB."
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