BrowserWatch: Konqueror 2.2 Released
Aug 15, 2001, 18:26 (38 Talkback[s])
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"Oliver Strutynski writes in with the latest news
regarding the Open Source Web browser, Konqueror:
"With the release of KDE 2.2 the KDE team has also released the
most current version of the open source web browser Konqueror for
Linux, Free BSD and many other Unix platforms.
"The standards-compliant Konqueror has a component-based
architecture which combines the features and functionality of
Internet Explorer/Netscape Communicator and Windows Explorer.
Konqueror supports the full gamut of current Internet technologies,
Netscape Communicator plug-ins (for Flash, RealAudio and RealVideo,
and similar technologies); Konqueror also supports some ActiveX
controls, such as the Shockwave Player. Support for all these
features is provided through KHTML, a KDE library widget which is
available to all KDE applications as either a widget or as a
component (using the KParts technology)."