Getting Stuff Done on Linux [Part 2]
Mar 20, 2008, 09:00 (0 Talkback[s])
No-Size-Fits-All! An Application-Down Approach for Your Cloud Transformation REGISTER >
"We all use the internet. I'm sure anyone reading this has also
heard of Firefox but do you know about all the others? Konqueror is
a nice browser based on the KHTML rendering engine, the same great
engine Safari and WebKit use, which means it supports a few things
(like drop-shadows on text) which no other browsers do. Then
there's Epiphany, which will display pages the same way Firefox
does, but which fits the look 'n feel of GNOME environments a bit
better than Firefox 2.0 does (Firefox 3, however, fits very well).
There are also lightweight browsers like Kazehakase you might like.
Firefox is by far the most extensible, though..."